Volkswagen CrossBlue Concept: Photo Gallery

Volkswagen CrossBlue Concept
The Volkswagen CrossBlue concept previews a midsize SUV positioned between Volkswagen's existing compact Tiguan and larger, off-road-capable Touareg. The six-seat CrossBlue has three rows of seating, and Volkswagen says a production version could seat up to seven with a bench in the second row instead of the concept’s individual seats.

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Powering the concept is a plug-in hybrid powertrain with diesel engine and an estimated combined city/highway mileage of 35 mpg. Additional contemporary features include a 10.2-inch touch-screen, a 3-D display of navigation or media information, and a customizable instrument cluster. See more photos below.

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Comments 

John

This is a very nice Jeep Grand Cherokee.

You are correct! rebadge VW

Ken L.

VW is going to find out that folks will wonder why they're offering another Touareg-like sized vehicle. I can tell it's bigger than the Tiguan, but it's probably similarly sized to the Touareg.

skyrunr

I hope the 2nd row and 3rd row seats are removable. What no sunroof either?! I don't care for them but my wife wouldn't buy a vehicle without one.

Beautiful interiors..!!Nice and spacious too.Volkswagen engineers have outdone themselves this time by crafting such an exquisite piece of a car.I have to say I'm quite impressed with the designing.Volkswagen does have a reputation of providing the perfect balance between fuel economy and the torque.


Beautiful interiors,I can tell it's bigger than the Tiguan, but it's probably similarly sized to the Touareg.

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