The T-Roc is more than just another car on the road. With a personality that really packs a punch, you’ll enjoy the confident, strong appearance of the vehicle on the road while the sporty coupe silhouette makes the vehicle look longer and sportier. This is a dynamic, fun option and the large front air vent and powerful diffuser at the rear show that entirely. One of the best things about the new VW T-Roc is that you can make it look as unique as you like. There are customisable colour options which allow you to really personalise this car and make it your very own drive.
The interior of the updated T‑Roc comes packed with high-quality equipment. All controls are at your fingertips with the multifunction steering wheel, controlling not only the T‑Roc, but also the radio, media player, telephone and the view of the Digital Cockpit.
In the Style trim there is high-quality seat covers in Artvelours. If you want to up your comfort level, you can opt for the newly designed leather seats with electric 14-way adjustment and seat heating.
From front to rear, the new T‑Roc impresses with its newly designed light design. With LED daytime running lights and darkened tail light clusters.
To give your New T‑Roc a unique finishing touch, you can choose from eight paint finishes. You can create further visual highlights with a roof in a contrasting colour or a range of optional alloys.
Whether you’re out and about during the day or night or in bad weather, the IQ.LIGHT LED matrix headlights, ensure better visibility.
Dynamic Light Assist helps to predictively illuminate winding roads and ensures that oncoming traffic is not dazzled even when the main beam headlights are active.
Don't have any hands free? You can now easily open and close the boot of the T‑Roc with your foot. As part of the Easy Open & Close package, the Keyless Access system recognises the key in your pocket and with a swift movement under the rear end the electric boot lid opens or closes automatically. Making everyday life that little bit easier.
Make parking a breeze with Volkswagen Park Assist. Simply operate the clutch, accelerator and brake and it does the rest.
You demand high-performance. The T-Roc delivers it. To make sure you experience the thrill you’ve come to expect, the T-Roc comes with optional 4MOTION for ideal traction that lets you tackle almost any terrain, optional sports suspension for firm, responsive handling and optional DCC adaptive chassis control that lets you change the characteristics of the power steering.
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What is it?
The T-Roc has been a hugely popular model for Volkswagen, tapping into the huge demand for crossovers with badge appeal and build quality. It’s been on sale for four years now, so was definitely ready for a facelift.
VW has refreshed the T-Roc for 2022, bringing new styling tweaks, upgrades to the interior and a revised engine range.
Generally speaking there’s not a whole heap of difference between this and its predecessor. However, the keen-eyed will notice that the chunky-looking front end has been tweaked to have a softer, curvier appearance.
Bigger changes can be found inside, where the dashboard has been replaced with a more premium-feeling soft-touch material. There’s also a new infotainment system and the multifunction steering wheel from the Golf.
What’s under the bonnet?
There are three petrol and two diesel engines available on the standard T-Roc. The petrol engines start with a 108bhp 1.0-litre, with a 148bhp 1.5-litre engine in the middle of the range and a 187bhp 2.0-litre unit at the top.
As for diesels, there are two 2.0-litre options with 113bhp or 148bhp. There are also front- and four-wheel-drive options depending on engine, as well as manual and automatic transmissions.
The performance-focused R has a 2.0-litre petrol engine making 296bhp and has an automatic transmission with four-wheel-drive as standard. It can go from 0-60mph in 4.9 seconds.
How does it look?
Mid-life refreshes often come with subtle styling changes, and while the T-Roc hasn’t been overhauled, it’s noticeably different from before. That softer front end comes in the form of reworked headlights with a new LED running light and a redesigned grille.
At the rear there’s a chunky lower bumper with new LED lights, while new 16- to 19-inch alloy wheel designs are available.
What’s it like inside?
The updated T-Roc has taken a more noticeable step inside, with more modern technology and more premium materials. There’s a new digital instrument display ahead of the driver, while the infotainment display now sits proud of the dashboard and is 6.5, 8.0 or 9.2 inches depending on trim.
It also gets the new Volkswagen Golf’s multifunction steering wheel, revised switchgear and new fabric door trims. Opt for the R model and you get some unique parts, like a flat-bottomed steering wheel and R-specific instruments.
What’s the spec like?
There will be a variety of infotainment displays, while the driver assistance systems will likely be more extensive on higher trims.
We also know that the R model will get a sporty body kit for the outside, and a range of technology and equipment upgrades over regular models to cement its place as the flagship of the range.
Although it’s too early to get behind the wheel of the new Volkswagen T-Roc, it’s clear that the German firm has given the model a decent makeover that should make it worthy of your attention.
The T-Roc has always been an excellent option in the crossover market, but with improved equipment and a stylish new look, it should push itself back into contention as one of the best in class.