VOLKSWAGEN T-Roc Cabriolet

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VOLKSWAGEN T-Roc Cabriolet
VOLKSWAGEN T-Roc Cabriolet   2021 2022
2021 2022

With a market dominated by crossovers and SUVs, making a convertible version for such a vehicle was an unusual approach, and yet, Volkswagen dared to build and offer the T-Roc as a convertible as well.
Even though the convertible accounted for a small fraction of the T-Roc’s sales, the carmaker decided to go on with it and kept it on the assembly lines. After all, it was the only crossover convertible on the market, and Volkswagen didn’t want to let that advantage go.

For the facelifted version, the T-Roc received a similar treatment as its stablemates. Yet, there were a few details that made it special, apart from the folding fabric roof. For instance, the front fascia was similar to the regular T-Roc, but at the back, the trunk lid received a lip spoiler. It wasn’t there for a specific aerodynamic advantage but for the vehicle’s overall look.

For the passenger area, the carmaker used the same dashboard with an 8” infotainment screen atop the center stack and an option for a 9.2” unit. In front of the driver, Volkswagen replaced the older analog dials with an 8” TFT display named Digital Cockpit. A 10.25” screen dubbed Digital Cockpit Pro was on the options list. As for the seats, they did look somehow like those from the five-door version, but they were folding and provided more side support even on the standard version. Behind the cabin, the carmaker installed the retractable roof compartment. That pushed the rear bench forward, leading to smaller legroom than on the regular T-Roc.

Under the hood, the German carmaker offered the T-Roc with a choice of two engines paired with either a six-speed manual or a seven-speed automatic (dual-clutch) gearbox.

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VOLKSWAGEN T-Roc Cabriolet
VOLKSWAGEN T-Roc Cabriolet   2019 2021
2019 2021

SUV-cabriolets are not a new thing on the market.
Nissan tried with the Murano and Range Rover with the Evoque. None of them were successful. But Volkswagen believes that it can succeed and launch the T-Roc Cabriolet in 2019. The sub-compact SUV from Volkswagen is positioned under Tiguan and above T-Cross.

The 4.26 m (13.9 ft) vehicle has two doors and a canvas roof. TT-Roc comes with the MQB platform, which means that it can be equipped with FWD or 4Motion all-wheel-drive system. At the launch, Volkswagen announced only the 2wd, but this may change over time since the T-Roc is equipped with all-wheel-drive.

Inside, Volkswagen installed the latest MIB infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It offers room for four people and a safety roll-over mechanism that deploys automatically if a sensor will detect a roll-over threat.

For the engine compartment, Volkswagen installed two gasoline engines: a 1.0-liter and a 1.5-liter, both turbocharged, with 115 hp and, respectively, 150 hp. The later one can be equipped with a 7-speed double clutch gearbox.

Performance-wise, the slowest version can top a 187 kph (116 mph) and the 150 hp can reach 205 kph (127 mph). Volkswagen didn’t announce an official 0-100 (62 mph) sprint time. For the luggage though, T-Roc cabriolet can offer only 280 liters (9.8 cu-ft), which are enough for a few regular shops.

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