Volkswagen has showcased the latest iteration of its T-Roc compact crossover model with a fresh design, enhanced assist systems and numerous digital services. The new T-Roc comes across three models, the T-Roc, T-Roc R, and T-Rock Cabriolet.

The interior features a redesigned Infotainment display and the Digital Cockpit, both of which come as standard. Technologies from higher vehicle classes have now been integrated into the T-Roc family. These include IQ.Light with LED matrix headlights and IQ.Drive’s suite of assist systems – such as Travel Assist and predictive ACC cruise control.

The new T-Roc’s infotainment display has been designed to resemble a tablet and is positioned on the dash panel in a line of sight with the digital instrument cluster behind the steering wheel. Depending on the user’s trim of choice, it can measure either 6.5-inches, 8.0-inches, or 9.2-inches. The digital instrument cluster comes as standard and can be upgraded to measure 10.25-inches as the Digital Cockpit Pro.

The new T-Roc utilizes the latest generation of Volkswagen’s Modular Infotainment Toolkit (MIB3), which incorporates a range of connected functions and services. With the T-Roc comes a complimentary one year subscription to the OEM’s We Connect Plus services, which provides the user with natural voice control and streaming services in the vehicle. Users can also benefit from wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality via App-Connect Wireless.

When buying the T-Roc, customers have a choice between three TSI and two TDI engines. The new T-Roc and new T-Roc Cabriolet will be available for order before November 21. The new T-Roc R will be available from the beginning of the 2022, before the rest of the T-Roc line-up becomes available in spring 2022.

The entry price for the new T-Roc with 1.0 TSI engine is €23,495 (incl. VAT). Prices for the new T-Roc Cabriolet start at €31,850 euros (incl. VAT) in the Style equipment line with the 1.0 TSI engine.