Volkswagen T-Roc Highlights
Strong, striking and sporty looking five-seater hatchback, Volkswagen T-Roc has been relaunched in India with a new pricing all together over the 2020 model. The completely built unit (CBU), comes in single variant and six colours to choose from. The inside features are larger than life. The car’s length and wheelbase is 4229 mm and 2595 mm respectively. The huge panoramic sunroof which helps brighten up the interiors, an eight-inch central infotainment touchscreen with multiple connectivity options for multi entertainment purpose and some in-built features of an 11.3-inch all-digital driver display make the hatchback, an exclusive one. Other features like heated front seats, a dual-zone climate control system with rear air conditioning vents, split-folding rear seats and intelligent storage space make the T-Roc’s cabin interesting. The T-Roc has young looks of the familiar VW fascia seen on SUVs like the Tiguan and the AllSpace. The unique six-dimensional LED DRLs on the front bumper, brighter colour palette, large 17-inch alloy wheels, design which displays like the sailboat and concealed exhausts which make the T-Roc unique amongst the cars in the segment. The T-Roc comes with a single powertrain of 1.5-litre TSI ‘Evo’ petrol engine paired to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission strengthening the front wheels exclusively. The four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine generates 148bhp of power and 250Nm of torque, which is not a new performance benchmark for the segment. This super sporty car does have a fuel-saving trick up; however, it can benefit the own by shutting off two cylinders during coasting to save fuel. T-Roc will remain one of VW’s most accessible SUVs in the Indian market.