Read more about the VW T-Roc Arrives With Stylish Looks, Range of Turbo Engines at AutoGuide.com.The VW T-Roc compact crossover has made its official debut, marking the German brand’s long awaited foray into the compact crossover segment.
If you ask us, the production T-Roc is one handsome looking crossover. The front is highlighted by a wide radiator grille, which is quickly becoming a staple of VW crossovers, and available two-tone paint lends to the sporty overall look. Plastic body cladding on the bumpers, wheel arches and rocker panels protects the bodywork and gives the T-Roc some off-road credentials as well.
The interior will be a familiar place for anyone who has been in a new VW and comes well-equipped with a 6.5-inch touchscreen display as standard. A larger 8-inch display is available as an option, as is VW’s 11.7-inch Digital Cockpit LCD instrument display. Luggage space with all five seats occupied sits at 445 liters, but grows to 1,290 liters with the rear seats folded down. Hardly any other vehicle in this segment is as spacious, claims VW.