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Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept

By luanpa in | December 4, 2011 | Comments Off on Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept

Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept has debuted at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. Cross Coupe is all-wheel-drive plug-in hybrid vehicle. It looks at the design direction of future V-Dub crossovers and SUVs.

Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept is the first vehicle to ride on Volkswagen styles. The concept was designed with a bevy of new features, both characterized by a new design architecture and a new hybrid power train set-up. Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept paints a real good pictureof the future of Volkswagen.

Cross Coupe Concept measures 73.5 inches wide and 171.1 long and 60.0 inches high. The concept is longer than a VW Golf and shorter than a Tiguan. It is the long hood, a completely new frontal aesthetic, the set-back passenger compartment, and the low window line for an SUV.

The concept ride on 20-inch alloy wheels, equipped with 265/45-section tires, enhance the sporty look. It is based on Volkswagen’s new modular transverse matrix (MQB). The concept is a new bumper that’s presented with a precisely shaped character line, extending upwards to form a singular unit with the bars of the radiator grille.

Interior, the concept is also a picture of ergonomic spaciousness. The interior is fitted with four individual bucket seats, each having integrated headrests and ample space for even big passengers to stretch their legs. A pair of grab handles can be found on the center stack, incorporate the HVAC controls and air vents while a touchscreen display is easily accessible and provides all of the relevant vehicle functions.

Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept is powered by a hybrid system. Which includes a 148-horsepower (110 kW) TSI engine that delivers 155 pound-feet of torque as well as an electric motor that makes 54 hp (40 kW) and 133 lb-ft. This second electric motor generates up to 114 hp (85 kW) and develops 199 lb-ft of torque. The overall output of the system (gasoline engine and electric motors) is a maximum of 262 hp (195 kW). So the concept accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 7 seconds and has a top speed of 201 km/h. If forward propulsion is being provided solely by the electric motors, the top speed is regulated down to 120 km/h. Both the consumption figures and driving performance are positively influenced by the Volkswagen Cross Coupe’s aerodynamic properties.

We are going to except a production version of this vehicle, you can definitely expect to see upcoming VW models sporting the same characteristics.

Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept
Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept front
Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept top
Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept side
Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept rear side
Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept rear
Volkswagen Cross Coupe Concept cabin



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