The upcoming Volkswagen T-Roc has been spotted testing in India. In the images by Team-BHP, one can see that the test mule wore a lot of camouflage but despite that, a lot about this SUV including the front fascia has been revealed. Looking at the pictures, the T-Roc seems to have been following the footsteps of the international-spec model as it has a highly similar design. As seen in the spy shots, the front end of the SUV gets a hexagonal grille along with LED projector headlamps. One can also see the bullet-shaped LED DRLs on the bumper along with fog lamps below. The T-Roc can be seen with five-spoke alloy wheels along with underbody cladding that gives it a sporty appearance. The pictures also reveal the rear portion of the SUV and one can see LED tail lamps along with a roof-mounted spoiler at the rear.
The cabin of the Volkswagen T-Roc is not visible in the images but you can expect the interiors to be premium. The interiors will get an all-black treatment along with body-coloured bits on the dashboard and the door pads. The global-spec T-Roc gets an 11.3-inch digital instrument cluster along with an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system that supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. You can also expect features like wireless charging and a sunroof on the India-bound model.
The India-bound Volkswagen T-Roc is likely to get power from a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol TSI engine. The SUV might be offered with an optional AWD (All-Wheel-Drive) system as well. Once launched, the Volkswagen T-Roc will primarily go up against the likes of Kia Seltos in the segment.
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Image source: Team-BHP
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