Four-wheel-drive versions of the car may use the system that was first introduced on the VW Tiguan 4×4.
There will also be a green version, badged ‘E’. It will be powered by a 1.9-litre diesel engine and emit 119g/km of carbon dioxide.
Prices of the hatchback and sportback models are expected to start from around £16,000, while the convertible is tipped to cost from £18,500.
Source: What Car