We have details on a new Volkswagen CrossGolf ready for the Geneva Motor Show. The story and pics inside.

Volkswagen has announced a third world debut slated for the Geneva Motor Show.  The company will introduce a new version of the Volkswagen CrossGolf at next week's automotive showcase.

Although the company refers to this as "the second generation CrossGolf," in reality the car represents little more than a facelift.  Freshened up styling follows "the new Volkswagen Design DNA," and brings the car up to date with recent VW releases.  The car features new front bumper, grille, integrated fog lights, and more.  The car rides 20 mm higher, and on 17-inch alloy wheels, to allow for light off-roading.

When the facelifted Volkswagen CrossGolf comes to market in April, it will be available with a choice of petrol and diesel engines, which are both direct-injection and turbocharged.  The five engines are topped by a 1.4-liter TSI produces about 118 kW  (160 PS / 157 hp) and up to 240Nm (177 lb-ft), while the 2.0-liter TDI produces 103 kW (140 PS / 138 hp) and up to 320 Nm (236 lb-ft) of torque.

You can read more about the CrossGolf's standarad and optional equipment in the attached release.

Gallery: 2011 VW CrossGolf Receives Facelift for Geneva Motor Show - Same Golf V body