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Volkswagen T-Roc facelift revealed


Volkswagen has revealed a facelifted version of its T-Roc SUV and cabriolet, featuring an upgraded interior, refreshed styling and enhanced technology.

The new T-Roc, which will be available in the Spring, features a re-designed dashboard with higher-quality materials and a new infotainment screen.

All versions are now equipped with a digital instrument cluster as standard, while the new tablet-style infotainment screen comes in 8.0- or 9.2-inch sizes.

Externally, the T-Roc has been given a sharper look and now comes with LED headlights across the range. VW’s IQ matrix lights are also available as an option, featuring an illuminated radiator grille strip.

The new T-Roc welcomes VW’s IQ.Drive Travel Assist and Predictive Cruise Control, which enables assisted steering, braking and acceleration. By integrating the signals from the front camera, as well as GPS and map data, the vehicle control system can incorporate local speed limit information, town boundary signs, junctions and roundabouts.

There are three TSI and two TDI engines carried over from the outgoing model. The 1.0-litre TSI three-cylinder engine has a maximum output of 110PS. The four-cylinder offerings deliver 150PS as a 1.5-litre and 190PS as a 2.0-litre.

Two 2.0-litre TDI engines provide a choice of 115PS and 150PS outputs. The two most powerful units can be paired with all-wheel-drive.

Only the 1.0 TSI and 1.5 TSI are offered on the cabriolet version.

Full pricing and specification will be announced shortly.

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