Premiere at the Geneva Motor Show is a new concept 2015 Volkswagen T-ROC. The new crossover 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. The car is 4,179 mm long , 1,831 mm wide and 1,501 mm high , and is set on 19 -inch alloy wheels .
The front part 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 to stop a specific form of lights . Both front and rear light clusters opremlejne LED technology.
Since it is designed for driving on different road surfaces , especially the lower parts of the body are protected from possible damage .
Cabin 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.
T – ROC concept drive gets a 2.0 -liter four-cylinder TDI engine with 184 hp ( 135 kW ) and 380 Nm of torque makslimalnog . The engine is connected seven-speed DSG gearbox and power is transferred to the wheel with the Volkswagen 4MOTION system .
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 car data at 100 km on average spend 4.9 litarsa diesel with CO2 emissions equal to 129 g / km .