It’s time to redesign – Four years after its release, it’s time for a mid-career restyle of Volkswagen T-Roc, a successful model that sold over a million units overall. The restyling brings slight aesthetics and improvement of technological equipment. It will also be available in T-Roc R Sport Edition and T-Roc Cabriolet Convertible Edition.
Finishing touches, muzzle and tail – The most important news Volkswagen T-Roc 2022 Centered at the front thanks to the new headlights, now with Matrix LED IQ light technology (optional), connected to the LED strip (optional), redesigned bumper and grille. The taillights have also been revamped, featuring dynamic direction indicators and a darker finish. There are also some new shades.
High quality interior designs – Also complete updates to the interiors of Volkswagen T-RocThe new multimedia system appears for the first time, is always connected to the network and visible on a screen that varies by 6.5, 8 and 9 inches by device, and is compatible with We Connect online services, with the wireless version of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The multifunction steering wheel and dashboard were also redesigned, which were “cleaned” by different physical buttons (new “climatic” touch controls). An 8-inch digital instrument panel is standard, while the Digital Cockpit Pro is optional and features a 10.25-inch display. The German house has also modified the quality of the interior, with the upper part of the dashboard made with softer materials, quilted door panels (fabric or leather), and contrast stitching in the upholstery.
Four gear Four rejuvenating products Volkswagen T-Roc: stationedAnd lifeAnd style NS R-Line. The latter two can be linked to the Black Style package, which offers specific customizations regarding mirror caps, wheels, sills, tinted rear windows, carbon-look pillars, black exhaust pipes and black interior moldings. On the cabriolet, the rear spoiler and top trim are also black.
Engines do not change – Does not change engine range Volkswagen T-RocWhich includes both gasoline and diesel. It starts with a 3-cylinder 1.0 TSI engine with 110 hp, up to a 4-cylinder 1.5 TSI with 150 hp. The 2.0 diesel in the range is offered in dual power deflectors of both 115 and 150 hp. The range also includes the “peppery” T-Roc R, where the 2.0 TSI engine delivers a whopping 300 horsepower and is combined with the 4Motion all-wheel drive system. Performances are for a purebred athlete: 0-100 in 4.9 seconds. On the other hand, the T-Roc Cabriolet can only be combined with the 1.0 and 1.5 TSI petrol engines linked to the DSG automatic.
ADAS – A big step forward also for the driver assistance systems in Volkswagen T-Roc, which falls under the “package” that the German company calls IQ Drive Travel Assist. The latter, in the most complete version, complies with Level 2 autonomous driving, has predictive cruise control (adjusts the speed according to speed limits) and keeps the car in the center of the road by working on the accelerator and brake pedal.
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