Volkswagen unveiled a new concept at the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show, but this "coupe" has four doors. Like the Cross Coupe GTE concept that debuted at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Sport Coupe Concept...
If my memory and math are accurate, this would be the third version of the long awaited mid-size SUV from Volkswagen. Right now Volkswagen offers the entry level Tiguan and the Premium Touareg with nothing in the middle. The five and...Show More Summary
The 2015 Detroit Auto Show was the site of a preview for a new VW plug-in hybrid mid-size SUV. Called the Volkswagen Cross Coupe GTE Concept, it is a blend of the CrossBlue and CrossBlue Coupe concepts. If all this talk about concept...Show More Summary
Volkswagen’s latest concept crossover combines the automaker’s latest in-car technology with a potent hybrid powertrain in a compelling package. 2015 Volkswagen Cross Coupe GTE originally appeared on topspeed.com on Tuesday, 20 January 2015 13:30 EST. read more
Growing its GTE family of plug-in hybrid production cars and concepts, which includes the recently-revealed Passat GTE and Golf GTE, Volkswagen has revealed the Cross Coupe GTE concept at the 2015 North American International Auto Show. Show More Summary
Volkswagen is going to produce a new SUV for seven passengers in Chattanooga by the end of 2016. It will be based on the Cross Blue Coupe and will look like the five-seat Cross Coupe GTE concept car, which has been recently shown in Detroit. To know how the upcoming car of Volkswagen can look
Volkswagen has been teasing us with an U.S.-built, seven-seat, midsize SUV for quite some time now, and it seems we’re still a long ways from seeing the actual production vehicle in the metal. At the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, the Germans confirmed the new SUV won’t go into production at the company’s plant in Chattanooga until late 2016. Show More Summary
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Volkswagen brought out its third preview of its eventual production crossover with the Cross Coupe GTE Concept, a plug-in, all-wheel-drive five-passenger CUV. Continue reading Volkswagen Cross Coupe GTE is a sleek take on brand's future...Show More Summary
Volkswagen's Cross Coupe GTE concept mixes in a number of recent innovations, from cabin to drivetrain, resulting in a high-performance and gasoline-sipping car with off-road capability.
Volkswagen is planning on a new seven-passenger SUV for the end of 2016, and it's likely that it will look a lot like the five-passenger Cross Coupe GTE concept that debuted today in Detroit. Although it has production-intent styling cues,...
Volkswagen has introduced their long-awaited new plug-in hybrid, the Cross Coupe GTE Concept. Unveiled at the 2015 North American International Auto Show, the new two-row crossover can get from zero to 60 miles per hour in six seconds. Unlike other midsize
Looks like: The new face of Volkswagen SUVs, probably Defining characteristics: Plug-in hybrid drivetrain, chiseled exterior styling, Bauhaus-inspired interior Ridiculous features: Multimedia system's gesture controls, joystick-like shifter Chance of being mass-produced: The production SUV arriving by the end of 2016...
The Cross Coupe GTE previews the design language that will influence Volkswagen's upcoming crossovers.
Volkswagen teased the world Sunday night before the Detroit Auto Show with a look at a all-new concept crossover SUV called the Cross Coupe GTE.
Volkswagen has rolled out a new SUV concept, its fifth in four years, at this week’s Detroit Auto Show. This new concept, dubbed Cross Coupe GTE, builds on the styling language established with the earlier Cross Coupe, CrossBlue, T-Roc and Taigun concepts. Show More Summary
Taking a step closer toward a production midsize SUV for its Chattanooga, Tenn. plant, Volkswagen is unveiling its Cross Coupe GTE at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. The two-row, five-passenger hybrid crossover concept takes its stylingShow More Summary
Last year at the Detroit Show, Volkswagen announced that they'd be building a new seven-passenger SUV starting in 2016. That's what we thought we'd be seeing from VW today. But instead, we have the Cross Coupe GTE, a BMW X6-esque coupe crossover sport utility vehicle. Read more...