Volkswagen T-Cross with TSI 200 engine loses VW Play

Volkswagen T-Cross with TSI 200 engine loses VW Play

Volkswagen in the 2023 line of its T-Cross compact SUV has slightly changed the technology equipment offered in the range of versions. That’s because the 200 TSI and Comfortline 200 TSI versions lost the VW Play multimedia center.

Both versions now have Composition Touch multimedia at the back, with a smaller 6.5-inch screen, but retaining the ability to mirror via Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, but via a cable and no longer. On the other hand, the access version Sense 200 TSI continues to lack even a simple radio and VW Play stays with the top version Highline 250 TSI.

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This change was not justified by the brand, but we believe in resetting because of the lack of equipment that the automotive industry suffers and in order not to produce cars, it was necessary to make this change. In addition, the T-Cross 200 TSI, which optionally had an Active Info Display digital instrument panel, no longer has this option of having a standard 8-inch digital instrument panel.

Last but not least, the premium audio system signed by Beats that was optional on the Comfortline and Highline versions is also no longer offered by the German brand. See the prices of SUVs in the 2023 line:

  • VW T-Cross Sense: BRL 113,420 (an increase of BRL 2,110);
  • VW T-Cross 200 TSI: BRL 133,650 (an increase of BRL 1,260);
  • VW T-Cross Comfortline 200 TSI: BRL 150,590 (an increase of BRL 1,570);
  • VW T-Cross Highline 250 TSI: BRL 161,890 (an increase of BRL 3,060).

See PwD prices without IPI tax and factory bonuses here.