Besides offering a multitude of sedans, Volkswagen is now also offering a B-segment crossover in the form of the T-Cross. Essentially replacing the previous-generation Tiguan, the T-Cross brought here is actually the long-wheelbase version (LWB). With it, Volkswagen claims it offers best-in-class interior and luggage space. Other than that, it also comes with key features like touchscreen infotainment with Apple CarPlay, leather-fabric seats, automatic start-stop, rear charging ports, rear aircon vents, automatic emergency braking, and even a reverse camera with parking sensors. A 1.5-liter engine powers the T-Cross and is connected to six-speed automatic gearbox.