Volkswagen releases information on new T-Prime concept SUV
Volkswagen T-Prime Concept GTE
Late last month, Volkswagen debuted the T-Prime Concept GTE at the Auto China 2016 auto show. As we mentioned earlier with the T-Cross Breeze, Volkswagen has big plans for the future of its brand, and the means multiple new SUV models to join the line’s Tiguan and Touareg. The T-Prime latest model to be shown to the public. Judging by the Volkswagen T-Prime Concept GTE, the brand plans to take luxury to a new level with its stylish exterior and upscale interior.
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With wide range of concept vehicles Volkswagen has been releasing recently, they’re doing an excellent job showcasing the versatile future of the brand. With the Volkswagen T-Prime Concept GTE, Volkswagen is showing of its idea for a thoroughly modern SUV, highlighted by the model’s distinctive front grille that integrates with its LED headlights, offering an aggressive, yet sophisticated look.
The T-Prime is also easily identified by its opposing window and character lines, giving it a lower visual center, similar to that of a sports car.
Inside the T-Prime, sporty and elegant meet to form a stylish interior with a distinct horizontal orientation. The interior features aluminum accents, blue leather trimming, glossy-black surfaces and more in terms of styling. Despite its overall cool interior look, the interior is accented by attractive, warm wood accents.
As a full-sized SUV, the T-Prime offers plenty of interior space for passengers to sit comfortably. There’s also plenty of technology available to ensure that everyone enjoys every minute behind the wheel. This includes a single visual and functional unit as the Active Info Display and the infotainment display, so everything is easily accessed in one convenient place. The infotainment screen is accessed through a 15-inch head unit for easy use with excellent graphics.
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About the T-Prime Concept GTE
The color and materials were inspired by the Chinese lifestyle in which the five elements are intertwined: earth, water, wood, metal and fire. These elements conform to create one fluid, earthy visual for the vehicle that is quite the sight to behold.
While there’s no word yet on when or if the T-Prime will be making it to the US, we’ll be sure to keep you updated on any new developments with the vehicle, so check back with our blog to learn more.
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