I think those of you most willing to imagine the secret lives of cars can easily fathom a so-called "threesome" involving a VW Touareg, a Kia Sportage, and a Toyota Echo. If that kind of sheer moral bankruptcy could somehow yield offspring, here it is, the VW Crossfox. The crossover is based on the South American market Fox (which we did have here some decades ago, at least in name), that will probably replace the Lupo. However, to make it look more rugged, the Crossfox has been given this budget semi-SUV treatment even though it's FWD all the way. It will sport a 1.6 liter FSI engine and go on sale in South America next year.
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