I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking “Damn, I miss the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet. I want something similar but smaller and with a German badge on the front.” For the few of you weirdos actually thinking that, there’s great news! Volkswagen’s got just the car for you!

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With the departure of the Coveted But Not Really Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet, the Range Rover Evoque is left as the only convertible crossover money can buy. But VW might want a piece of that probably-very-small convertible CUV market, because at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, the Germans are taking wraps off a convertible lifted hatchback called the T-Cross Breeze concept.

We don’t have much information on the T-Cross Breeze, but Autocar opines that it’s built on the next-gen Polo MQB platform and that it may show up in 2018 slotting under another Golf-based crossover inspired by the T-Rock concept.

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Both cars would slot under the Tiguan and compete with baby CUVs like the HR-V, Q3 and Mazda CX-3.

If it’s priced reasonably, this could actually be a lot of fun, as the Evoque costs over 50 large, and the CrossCabriolet’s problem was, well, that it was eye-searingly hideous.

This isn’t hideous. This is actually kinda nice.

Photos: VW