Volkswagen shows T-ROC concept

Volkswagen shows T-ROC concept

Volkswagen revealed late on Monday (3) one of its attractions for the Geneva Motor Show: T-ROC concept. This is a crossover with three doors and 1.420 kg which, according to the automaker itself, may give rise to a new model to its range of production.

With blue body color, the T-ROC concept features dimensional front grille, headlights, daytime running lights and direction indicator lights, LED plastic inserts throughout its structure, light alloy wheels 19-inch, removable roof coating Internal leather, dashboard 12.3-inch, split and folding rear seat and air conditioning automatic digital.

The concept comes equipped with 2.0 TDI four-cylinder, delivering 184 horsepower and 38.7 Nm of torque, coupled to a seven-speed DSG Exchange with 4MOTION all-wheel drive system. Thus, the crossover from 0 to 100 km / h in 6.9 seconds and reaches a top speed of 210 km / h. On consumption, the T-wheel ROC concept 20.4 km / l.

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