At the front, the crossover wears the same LED headlights as the CrossBlue concept. The crossover ditches VW's current set of round taillights for a more angular pair, which also appear to feature LEDs. The silver trim that was previously spotted on prototypes can be seen running along the side and at the rear of the undisguised crossover. The overall design of the exterior isn't bad, but also isn't noteworthy.
The crossover also has a "V6" badge on the back, which surely points toward the 3.6-liter engine found in the current Passant. We expect the crossover to be offered with a 2.0-liter turbocharged motor with a hybrid variant also in the lineup. Auto Sina also managed to get some pictures of the crossover's interior, which features two-tone leather seats and VW's recognizable center console design. The pictures show a spacious cabin with plenty of rear legroom, but don't display the third-row seating. Regardless of what VW decides to call the crossover in the US, the vehicle should go on sale early next year. To see Auto Sina's complete set of photos for the vehicle, head over to its website.