Volkswagen unveiled the all-new T-Roc in Italy ahead of its launch in December. The new compact crossover is based on the Golf, with the practicality of an SUV and the quirky and dynamic hatchback styling.
Herbert Diess, Chairman of the Volkswagen Brand Board of Management commented "The T-Roc sets a new benchmark in the booming SUV segment. The T-Roc embodies all good Volkswagen qualities"
The T-Roc is snappy with sporty dimensions outside and great functionality inside. Stay connected while driving with the cutting-edge Infotainment systems like Car-Net which brings the internet to your car. You can also choose additional features that let you connect apps, navigate, and send safety and security notifications to your phone.
And the safety features don't end there. The entry level T-Roc comes with high-tech systems such as Front Assist area monitoring, City Emergency Braking and Pedestrian Monitoring, the Automatic Post-collision Breaking System and the lane keeping system Lane Assist.
Inside the T-Roc is roomier than the Golf, with more shoulder and head room in the front and rear, as well as a 445-litre boot.
“This car really rocks the SUV segment – sometimes louder and sometimes more subdued, according to its specific options and colour combination. It is a new Volkswagen which takes the brand and its owners into the next decade of mobility."
WhatCar? took Volkswagen's smallest, funkiest and most affordable SUV for a spin, read what they thought here.