Volkswagen has opened the request books for the T-Roc Cabriolet in Germany and other European markets.
The new VW T-Roc Cabriolet is a fairly specialty model, offering an open-top motoring experience to those – in all likelihood few-needing a convertible hybrid. It includes a completely programmed delicate top that can open in only nine seconds and work at velocities of up to 19 mph (30 km/h).
The scope of the new VW T-Roc Cabriolet incorporates two trim alternatives: Style and R-Line. The Style line is depicted as the “structure situated” model of the range, offering a lot of gear as standard. This incorporates 17-inch amalgam wheels, inside and outside chrome specifying, Lane Assist, Front Assist, a Composition infotainment framework and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
The R-Line trim of the convertible T-Roc gets a sportier treatment all around, alongside obscured taillight bunches, an alternate structure for the 17-inch amalgam wheels, dynamic guiding, VW’s “sport comfort” seats and driving modes, among other.
Also, VW offers the Black Style bundle as an alternative, which includes explicit highlights completed in dark, remembering the trim strip for the radiator grille, the entryway reflect lodging and the 18-inch composite wheels.
Clients will be offered two powertrains to browse; the base 1.0-liter TSI with 113 HP (115 PS) and the 1.5-liter TSI with 147 HP (150 PS). Them two are joined with front-wheel drive, with the 1.0-liter variant offered with a six-speed manual transmission in the Style trim as standard. A seven-speed programmed is offered as an alternative on the more dominant 1.5-liter models.
Costs for the new VW T-Roc Cabriolet start from 27,495 euros for the Style model and from 32,810 euros for the R-Line variation in its home market in Germany.