Volkswagen T-Roc Cabriolet is already on the conveyorDecember 4, 2019
The two-door cross-coupe Volkswagen T-Roc Cabriolet has already stood on the conveyor. The German concern nevertheless took a chance with a similar version. The assembly takes place at a factory in Osnabruck, Germany. The model will be offered as an alternative for the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque and Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet.
The model is based on the standard Volkswagen T-Roc subcompact crossover, available only in a four-door body. The convertible received a soft reclining top, missing middle racks and two doors. Moreover, the convertible has lost all the practicality of the crossover.
As a power unit, a 1.0- or 1.5-liter turbo engine is offered, capable of developing up to 114 and 148 horsepower, respectively. Drive only front. Paired with motors, a six-speed manual transmission or automatic in seven gears is running.
The future convertible will be offered in two finishes – Style and R-Line. The first option will be offered 17-inch alloy wheels, leather interior and LED optics. The R-Line features a more stylish body kit, as well as optional 19-inch wheels. In addition, the Beats audio system is installed in this version.
The company has not yet begun to disclose the cost and other details of the model.
Volkswagen, meanwhile, is abandoning internal combustion engines. The first step was the transition of the brand’s sports division to electric traction.
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