Volkswagen T – ROC concept

German automaker Volkswagen for the upcoming Geneva Motor Show present a new concept. Volkswagen T – ROC concept is designed in the style of a coupe and aims to provide insight into the future SUV model of the German manufacturer. The Volkswagen say that the T – ROC – compact crossover coupe with three doors and a roof that can be removed.

Volkswagen T - ROC concept

Volkswagen T – ROC concept design

Volkswagen T – ROC concept is 4,179 mm long, 1,831 mm wide and 1,501 mm high, and is set on 19 -inch alloy wheels. The front of this concept model gives the impression of aggression thanks to the new design of the grille and headlights, which form a single visual unit and large round fog lamps. On the back of the stand out specific brake lights in the shape of the letter “G”. Both front and rear light clusters feature LED technology. Since it is intended for driving on a different road surfaces, in particular the lower parts of the body are protected from damage.

Volkswagen T - ROC concept

Volkswagen T – ROC concept interior

Cab of T – ROC concept has a simple design, and there are four individual leather seats. Instead of the classic instrument cluster, the driver in front is a huge 12.3 inch digital display, on which are read all information relevant to driving. Screen multimedia system is built into the center console, but it was a tablet that can be removed when the vehicle is not in use.

Volkswagen T - ROC concept

Volkswagen T – ROC concept engine

The T – ROC concept drive gets a 2.0 -liter four-cylinder TDI engine with 184 hp ( 135 kW ) and 380 Nm of torque. The engine is connected seven-speed DSG gearbox and power is transferred to the wheel with the Volkswagen 4MOTION system. The 1.420 kg heavy vehicle accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 6.9 s, before it reaches a maximum 210 km / h. Volkswagen has announced that the factory data of T – ROC concept to 100 km on average consumes 4.9 liters of diesel with CO2 emissions equal to 129 g / km.

Volkswagen T - ROC concept

Volkswagen T – ROC concept release date

The new crossover concept will be presented to the public in early March at the Geneva Motor Show.

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  1. Reyad 11 November, 2014

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