The T-Roc is definitely not the smallest of the gang: with 4.23 meters, it’s 12 inches longer than the Renault Captur. The advantage: Volkswagen promises a lot of space on board and a volume of 445 to 1,290 liters.
Each new Volkswagen SUV has to be drawn to an example of the T-Prime Concept GTE, which was shown in China last April, and the T-Roc is clearly no exception. The coupe-like roof line contrasts with the high sides and black-wheeled wardrobes and makes the T-Roc a true crossover.
The Mercedes-AMG A45 (€ 50,941) is a lot more expensive. And the Audi? The S3 stays with € 42,650 near this Golf R. The RS3? Starting from € 56,000 … In terms of consumption, the Golf R finally reached an average of 9.4 l / 100 km.
In the interior of the Volkswagen T-Roc we find the latest version of Active Info Display (a full digital instrumentation) and an infotainment system with a wide range of connectivity options. The list of driving assistants is long. The T-Roc includes Adaptive Chassis Control (DCC), Dynamic Cruise Control, Dynamic Road Sign Display, Lane Assist, Blind Spot Monitor, Park Assist and Traffic Jam Assist.