Volkswagen is adding dynamism to the segment of compact SUVs with the new T-Roc. It is a crossover that combines seemingly contradictory aspects: performance and comfort, emotionality and rationality, urban lifestyle and multifaceted all-round properties.
These parameters of different automotive worlds merge into a new idea of compact mobility – a sport utility vehicle the likes of which only the inventor of the GTI could develop.
The T-Roc is the new face in the crowd. A versatile vehicle – available with front-wheel or all-wheel drive – which combines the dominance of an SUV with the agility of a sporty compact.
On its exterior, crisp dimensions and a progressive design combine with eleven exterior colours, three roof colours and a total of 24 colour combinations.
Inside, avant-garde design and a high level of functionality form an alliance. It is a five-seater with 445 litres of cargo capacity, seven different colour schemes and a cockpit that offers wide-ranging digitalisation and connectivity. That is because it is the first SUV in its class to offer optional digital instruments in a new generation of the Active Info Display.