We’ve been covering the development of the Volkswagen T-Roc for three years and now the model is about to enter production.
Officially revealed last month, the new addition to the Volkswagen SUV range will make a public appearance at this week’s Frankfurt Motor Show.
Ahead of the unveiling, Volkswagen gave us some more important details for the upcoming model.
It’s now been confirmed that the T-Roc will be available in either two-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.
T‑Roc will also be 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).
While the SUV/crossover will also boast Front Assist and Lane Assist systems as standard.
Volkswagen tell us Traffic Jam Assist will be optional.
There will also be a new generation of Active Info Display and a sporty R-Line version too (as seen in the images top and bottom).
No word yet though on engines/transmissions for the T-Roc, only a promise from the German car company that they will be “agile and efficient”.
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