World premiere of Volkswagen T-Roc at Geneva Motor Show



Volkswagen targets the sub compact category with its T-Roc which is said to give a glimpse of future Volkswagen SUVs. The launch of T-Roc came as an exciting new surprise after Taigun, CrossBlue Concept and Cross Blue Coupe. The Geneva motor show witnesses the world premiere of amazing car with exceptional features.

The T-Roc Crossover concept sounds big but actually it is not. With dimensions 164.5 x 72.1 x 59.1 inches, the T-Roc is smaller than Tiguan and little bigger than Polo. Removable panels on the roof, sharp lines heavily toned wheel arches and three door gives it a sporty look. The speedometer is a fine sight as the car can reach a top speed of 210 Kmph and can accelerate to 100 Kmph in 6.9 seconds. So the drivers feel like flying in air. The fuel consumption is not too heavy on the pocket as it consumes only 4.9 liters per 100 km. The environment conscious car emits 129g of carbon dioxide per kilometer.

The interiors are suitably designed for the comforts of all the four passengers. For digital climate controls, the tablet like user configurable infotainment screen is a new addition which catches the eye of every onlooker. Based on MQB Platform, the 1420 kg weighing T-Roc with 4-motion all wheel drive system with Haldex coupling is worth the money spent.

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