Starting from September 15, the sporty and stylish new T-Roc is causing quite a stir in the compact class. The new, expressively styled crossover model from Volkswagen celebrated its world premiere three weeks ago and is now available to order. The entry-level model with a 1.0 TSI engine (85 kW/115 PS1) is available starting at €20,390.
The compact T-Roc boasts expressive design language, a coupé-like roof section and sporty proportions.
The moment has finally arrived: with its new T-Roc, the Volkswagen brand is now expanding its range of models in the compact class. The optionally front-wheel or all-wheel drive all-rounder combines the aplomb of an SUV with the agility of a sporty compact model. And it does indeed rock the segment – in varying ways depending on specification and above all color combination. That’s because the T-Roc is the first Volkswagen SUV that will be available to order in two-tone paintwork with visually contrasting roof section (including the A-pillars and exterior mirror housings).
Wide range of assistance systems: Front Assist and Lane Assist are standard equipment.
At the same time, the T-Roc boasts innovative digital features (such as the latest generation Active Info Display) as well as flawless connectivity via Volkswagen Car-Net. The vehicle comes standard with state-of-the-art Front Assist and Lane Assist assistance systems; additional systems such as Traffic Jam Assist are available as optional equipment. In addition, the T-Roc offers a Golf-like level of ride comfort.
Bi-colour design theme allows maximum customisation, latest infotainment system generation offers flawless connectivity.
The new T-Roc can be ordered with a choice of three responsive yet efficient engine options at launch. Aside from the 1.0 TSI (85 kW/115 PS) base engine, customers also have an initial choice of an available 2.0 TSI with 140 kW/190 PS2 (with 7-speed DSG and 4MOTION all-wheel drive) as well as a 2.0 TDI with 110 kW/150 PS3 (with 7-speed DSG and 4MOTION all-wheel drive).
Dynamic driving characteristics, powerful engines, and optional 4MOTION all-wheel drive.
Source: Volkswagen Media Services
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