The fabric roof reminds a lot of the VW Golf Cabriolet.
They may share the same underpinnings, but the two subcompact SUVs do have some stark differences, too.
High-performance R version of the VW T-Roc is entering the final stages of development.
The new 1.6-liter TDI meets the WLTP standards and also powers the Golf, Arona and Karoq.
In the next five years, the German brand will introduce no less than 17 all-new vehicles.
VW admits there isn’t a large market for the T-Roc Cabriolet, but it’s still coming.
Volkswagen and Mercedes brought out their latest SUVs, vans, and trucks to showcase their emergency-vehicle capabilities at the RETTmobil show in Germany.
Volkswagen’s T-Roc R has been scooped and it appears the high-performance model will only feature minor styling changes.
The VW T-Roc R, Tiguan R, and Arteon R will have power ranging between 300 hp and 400 hp.
ABT has given the range-topping VW T-Roc 228PS (225hp) to play with.
The Volkswagen T-Roc R-Line is priced from £26,450, while the Tiguan Allspace R-Line from £35,755.
The ‘Volks-SUV’ will be smaller than the Tiguan but bigger than the T-Roc.