The Volkswagen Concept T was first seen at the 2004 North
American International Auto Show, held in Detroit, Michigan.
The Concept T crossover vehicle displays attributes similar
to both sports coupes and off road vehicles, and aimed
to fill a gap in the international vehicle market.
The Concept T in its aim to achieve both roles has ended
up looking like an expensive dune buggy.
The unusual two tone styling which connects the recessed
head lights, tail lights and high level exhausts also
gives the visual effect of lifting the body away from
The Concept T's impressive upswinging doors are hinged
off the A-pillars and swing both outward and upward.
The high mounted rear view mirrors help the driver see
over the high, wide rear arches.
The concept T also features an easily removed T-bar roof
as well as a removable rear roof section to effectively
make it a convertible with a roll bar.
Volkswagen powered the Concept T with a 3.2 L V6 developing
241 bhp, propelling the concept to a respectable 144 mph.
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Volkswagen Concept R
Volkswagen Concept C
Volkswagen GTI W12 650
Volkswagen Crafter Atacama
Volkswagen Concept A