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Volkswagen CrossBlue

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Volkswagen CrossBlue
Body and chassis
ClassConcept Mid-size crossover SUV
Body style
LayoutFront engine, four-wheel drive (4MOTION® electric AWD system) gasoline engine powers front wheels. Rear wheels driven by electric motors.
PlatformVW Group MQB platform[1][2]
RelatedVolkswagen Atlas
Volkswagen Tiguan
Electric motor2x AC permanent-magnet synchronous electric motor
  • Front: 40 kW (54.4 PS; 53.6 hp)
  • Rear: 85 kW (115.6 PS; 114.0 hp)
  • Total: 125 kW (170.0 PS; 167.6 hp)
Power output
  • 224 kW (304.6 PS; 300.4 hp) (CrossBlue)
  • 305 kW (414.7 PS; 409.0 hp) (CrossBlue Coupé)
Transmission6-speed DSG-e
Hybrid drivetrainPHEV
  • 9.8 kWh (CrossBlue)
  • 9.9 kWh (CrossBlue Coupé)
Wheelbase117.323 in (2,980 mm)
Length196.34 in (4,987 mm)
Width79.33 in (2,015 mm)
Height68.23 in (1,733 mm)

The Volkswagen CrossBlue is a concept diesel plug-in-hybrid mid size crossover SUV, intended to sit in the range of SUVs by Volkswagen, below the Volkswagen Touareg. The concept version of the car has six seats, but the production version that will be based on it will have a traditional seven seat layout.[3]

It is meant to replace the slow selling minivan, the Volkswagen Routan,[4] and intended to be sold exclusively in the American and Canadian markets. However, Volkswagen of Australia is currently trying to convince Volkswagen executives to have the concept appear in Australian Auto Shows.[3]

In the American and Canadian markets, its targeted competitors are the Toyota Highlander, Toyota 4Runner, Ford Explorer, and Honda Pilot. On July 14, 2014, Volkswagen announced that the CrossBlue will be built at its factory in Chattanooga, Tennessee.[5]

The production version was announced with the name Atlas or Teramont for those manufactured in the USA and Chinese markets for those manufactured in China. Atlas will feature transverse mounted engines of four cylinders or Volkswagens narrow angle V6.[6][7][8]

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CrossBlue Coupé Concept

VW Cross Blue Coupé concept at Auto Shanghai 2013

At the September 2013 Auto Shanghai, Volkswagen revealed a different, sportier version of the car, named Volkswagen CrossBlue Coupé.[9]


  1. ^ "Volkswagen CrossBlue Concept". 14 January 2013.
  2. ^ "Volkswagen CrossBlue production version confirmed for 2016 launch".
  3. ^ a b "Volkswagen Australia Will Push For Seven-seat CrossBlue SUV".
  4. ^ "VW axes Routan van, mulls 7-passenger SUV replacement". USA Today. 2013-09-23. Retrieved 2017-07-08.
  5. ^ "VW announces Chattanooga-made SUV, and 2,000 new jobs". 14 July 2014.
  6. ^ "2018 Volkswagen Atlas: VW's Three-Row SUV for America Finally Arrives". 27 October 2016.
  7. ^ "2018 Volkswagen Atlas First Look %%sep%% %%sitename%%".
  8. ^ [1][dead link]
  9. ^ "Volkswagen CrossBlue Coupe Concept".

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