Volkswagen introduces a top sporting model for the T-Roc series, which makes its debut at the Geneva Motor Show (5.-17.3.2019). For sportiness and dynamics provide the VW T-Roc R a sports suspension including lowering the vehicle in combination with a four-cylinder TSI engine. The two-liter TSI engine delivers 300 hp (221 kW) and delivers a maximum torque of 400 Newton meters. The sprint from zero to 100 km / h should be done in 4.9 seconds. The maximum speed is specified electronically sealed 250 km / h. The all-wheel drive “4Motion” and the 7-speed DSG transmission are standard.
The R comes standard with progressive steering and stands on 18-inch wheels. As an option, 19-inch light-alloy wheels are available in “Dark Graphite matt.” Volkswagen offers leek control and race modes for sporty drivers, and the ESC stability program can be switched off manually.
Externally, Volkswagen has given the T-Roc R an independent look on the radiator grille and painted body-colored bumpers. At the rear, two double exhaust systems on the left and right indicate the additional power. In addition, a diffuser in contrasting color to the car and optical air outlets in the upper rear area are characteristic of the new top model. The “R” logo adorns the side door sills, the grille and both sides of the vehicle, while the interior also features the logo on the backrests of the seats Stainless steel pedals and a leather-covered multifunction sports steering wheel with paddles complete the interior of the T-Roc R