VW is testing the open-top version of the T-Roc crossoverMarch 20, 2019
We expect the official presentation of the T-Roc Cabrio crossover to take place next year.
The crossover convertible is not a beautiful type of car in my opinion, but Volkswagen hopes that it is his T-Roc Cabrio that will make a difference. It is reported that the test prototype of the car was captured in snow-covered Sweden.
Oddly enough, but it is the T-Roc Cabrio that may well become popular – some reputable automotive experts say.
Since we last saw the T-Roc Cabrio in January of this year, nothing seems to have changed. This prototype even has the same license plate. At least, this time the sun is shining, which helps us to better define the lines of the body under the camouflage film – the car is still too wrapped up in it. Another thing that remains in place is the very high T-Roc belt line, which looks normal on a traditional hard-top crossover, but rather cumbersome here. Honestly, I am very curious to look at the production version of this car.
The “charged” version of the T-Roc R crossover has recently demonstrated its more aggressive exterior form and the 300-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged engine borrowed from the Golf R, along with an all-wheel drive system and a 7-speed gearbox. There is information that the open-top version of the crossover will not get the engine more powerful than 187 hp.
In addition, VW CEO Herbert Diss said not so long ago that 40% of VW’s global sales will come from crossovers / SUVs by 2020.
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