New 2022 Volkswagen T-Roc: Price and Specifications Revealed Car News

Volkswagen has revealed pricing and specification details for the new Volkswagen T-Roc, which will receive a facelift four years after the crossover joined the brand’s lineup.

Prices start from £25,000 with three specification levels available: Life, Style and R-Line. Entry-level cars come with an 8.0-inch infotainment system, LED headlights, an 8.0-inch digital driver display, wireless phone connectivity, wheels 16 inches and ambient lighting.

All models are also equipped with lane assist, front assist and adaptive cruise control. The mid-range Style spec starts from £27,635, which Volkswagen says will be its best-selling trim, adds 17-inch wheels, Volkswagen’s pro digital cockpit, comfort sports seats finished with microfleece, sat nav, privacy glass and LED ‘Plus’ headlights. In addition, Style cars benefit from a bespoke rear bumper.

The R-Line, meanwhile, starts from £30,435 and benefits from bespoke body styling, sports suspension, progressive steering, silver roof rails, lining of black interior roof, 17-inch Valencia wheels and a gloss black dashboard.

T-Roc Convertible models start from £30,530 and can be selected in Style or R-Line. The model also gets a refreshed design, IQ.Light LED headlights and additional paint colors. The top-spec, performance T-Roc R models start from £40,445 and exclusively feature a seven-speed DSG transmission with four-wheel drive.

The refreshed 2022 model, due for UK delivery next April, receives a host of exterior styling and interior design upgrades as well as slightly revised petrol and diesel engines. The changes are aimed at increasing the competitiveness of the popular crossover, whose sales now total over one million worldwide, and have been applied to both the five-door model and the two-door convertible.

The new front end is a key styling change for the first-generation T-Roc, which is halfway through its planned eight-year model cycle. It features reworked headlights with a slightly modified shape and new LED graphics (optional with IQ Light Matrix units), a revised grille with a more heavily structured black plastic insert and a light strip either side of a Volkswagen logo larger, as well as a redesigned bumper that houses new daytime running lights and a new lower center air duct.

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This notice was published: 2022-03-03 16:30:00

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