2015 VW Cross Blue Coupe

Volkswagen’s Cross Blue Coupe concept was presented in Detroit, and according to the newest rumors, we can expect premiere of the vehicle until the end of this year as 2015 year model. Some of the critics said this is one of the best concepts they have ever seen. This is especially because of its futuristic, boxy design with great lines. However, planned engine is not bad either, probably hybrid one with 306 hp output. With 22-inchesr on the wheel and somehow poor tech features, 2015 VW Cross Blue Coupe is worth of waiting.

2015 VW Cross Blue Coupe

2015 VW Cross Blue Coupe design

The 2015 VW Cross Blue Coupe’s dimensions are unveiled. Vehicle will be 192.5 inches long and 66.1 inches high. Wide of the 2015 Cross Blue Coupe is 79.3 inches and these are large numbers even for a crossover. However, exterior lines make it very aggressive and luxurious. Roofline is highlight of styling, while sporty lower front air intakes and headlamps make it look very desirable.

2015 VW Cross Blue Coupe

2015 VW Cross Blue Coupe engine

Under the hood of the 2015 VW Cross Blue Coupe will be turbocharged, direct-injected VR6 engine which VW had used before. It has output of 295 hp. On hybrid models, this petrol engine is paired with 54 horsepower electric motor in the front and rear one rated at 114 hp. These are lithium-ion batteries featuring plug-in capability. So, overall, 2015 Cross Blue Coupe hybrid version has total output of 415 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to front wheels through 6-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

2015 VW Cross Blue Coupe

2015 VW Cross Blue Coupe mpg rate and performance

This combination of petrol and electric sources of power is good to drive 2015 VW Cross Blue Coupe 79 mpg. However, with gasoline drivetrain only, crossover can go 34 mpg combined, which is also excellent result. Using just electric power, car can go up to 21 miles and VW Cross Blue Coupe can reach 75 mph. However, combined, numbers are raising to 147 mph of max speed, while it sprints 0 to 60 mph in just under 6 seconds.

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