Waiting For..Volkswagen’s Cross Coupé

March 6, 2012 at 9:45 am Leave a comment

We, the Volkswagen dealers in Phoenix were highly curious when Volkswagen’s Cross Coupe concept was debuted in Tokyo this past December. With a four-cylinder gasoline engine and two electric motors, this power train of an automobile was the of the town. A few months later, the curios excited is high again, this time in Geneva. What a success this can be as a used VW if this is brought to production.

As the Volkswagen dealers in Phoenix, our research and knowledge about the car tells us that this time around in Geneva, the fossil-fuel propulsion duties are handled by VW’s new 2.0 – litre EA288 TDI engine,  which is cradled with a platform created from VW’s MQB (Modular Transverse Matrix) architecture. The MQB parts bin as lends it, its seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and suspension. Torque being the strong suit, the diesel providing the front wheels with 295 lb-ft from approximately 1600 rpm, and the pair of electric motors contribute (133 lb-ft at the front axle, 199 at the rear) nearly instantaneously. Volkswagen dealers in Phoenix confirms that this can work to deliver a whopping 516 ft-lb of torque. A 0-to-60-mph time of 6.5 seconds claim is made by VW. With a fully charged battery and a fresh tank of fuel, the Cross Coupe as a used VW should at least be good for 750 miles.

The state of the art electric motors and the path breaking mechanism of VW has designed and developed car that goes far and beyond the purview of an automobile. There will be a hype about it even as a used car for sale. Volkswagen dealers in Phoenix will undoubtedly wait for the cross coupe’s addition.

The five modes of operation of this used VW will pull in buyers to the Volkswagen dealers in Phoenix faster than we can service.


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