Volkswagen T-Roc is the newly launched model that is moving towards becoming a favourite. The T-Roc is expected to become Volkswagen’s entry-level crossover. It has an appealing design which is going to be everyone’s favourite. The T-Roc definitely has a sporty appearance which entails a wide grille, sleek headlights and very prominent LED running lights that are going to work even during the daytime. It has a plastic body cladding and chrome trim which works from A-pillar to the C-pillar.
Volkswagen T-Roc has a spoiler that is tailgate-mounted, a rear window that is steeply raked, and a rear bumper that is quite sporty. Undoubtedly, Volkswagen claims that the T-Roc is their first crossover with a bi-tone paint that gives off a striking contrast to the mirrors, A-pillars and the roof. The vehicle is a five seater and has a number of updated features. There is a digital instrument cluster and an infotainment system that is from Composition Color. The steering wheel has three-spokes, a friendly switch gear. The cargo compartment is spacious having the capacity to hold up to 1,290 litres of luggage. The colour range of the trim and seats are wide so that you can choose according to your own choice.
Volkswagen T-Roc ticks good points in safety; it has a standard automatic post-Collision Braking, lane assist, front-assist with pedestrian monitoring. There are some optional systems like rear traffic alert, park assist; adaptive cruise control and traffic jam assist. There are three diesel options and three petrol units. You can pair them up with seven speed DSG transmission. The T-Roc is set to be launched in November at a price of 20,000 Euros.