Volkswagen has pulled the wraps off its highly-anticipated compact SUV concept — T-Cross Breeze at the ongoing 86th Geneva Motor Show. The new T-Cross Breeze is the first convertible SUV in the Polo class.

The new T-Cross Breeze with open-top measures 4,133mm in length, 1,798mm in width and 1,563mm in height. It boasts a wheelbase of 2,565mm and gets a boot capacity of 300 litres.

From a visual stand point, the T-Cross Breeze flaunts wide front grille and narrow headlights along with large LED rings around the fog lights. The side profile of the new Volkswagen compact SUV shows double character line with 19-inch aluminium wheels. The rear end of the convertible SUV also gets the integrated LED rear lights along with wide boot lid. Adding to the look of the T-Cross Breeze is the windscreen frame, along with the all-terrain elements like the underbody protection at the front and rear as well as the side sills and the black-painted soft top.

Inside the cabin, the concept Volkswagen T-Cross Breeze boasts Human-Machine Interface (HMI) and Active Info Display — the digital instrumentation.

Under the skin of the T-Cross Breeze, which is based on the next-gen Polo's MQB platform is a 1.0-litre turbocharged direct injection petrol engine. The engine can churn out 110bhp of power and a peak torque of 175Nm. Transmitting the power to the front wheels is a 7-Speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. The compact SUV concept, which weighs 1,250 kgs can propel from 0 to 100kmph in mere 10.3 seconds, before reaching a top speed of 188 kmph.