The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand is present in more than 150 markets throughout the world and produces vehicles at over 50 locations in 14 countries. In 2016, Volkswagen produced around 5.99 million vehicles, including best-selling models such as the Golf, Tiguan, Jetta and Passat.
The company is extending its model range by adding a compact-class crossover: the T-Roc. The new crossover from the company is being claimed to offer maximum personalisation, innovative digitalisation, perfect connectivity, leading-edge driver assistance systems, dynamic engines.
The car offers to use a wide spectrum of online services and apps and to integrate the telephone and/or media library via smartphone and Volkswagen Car Net. Another feature being offered is the “Security & Service” package (including Emergency Service, Automatic Accident Notification and Roadside Assistance).
‘T-Roc’ comes with high-tech systems such as Front Assist area monitoring with City Emergency Braking and Pedestrian Monitoring, the Automatic Post-Collision Braking System and the lane keeping system Lane Assist. Also part of the base specification are details such as air conditioning, the Composition Colour infotainment system, LED tail light cluster, visual underbody guard (black) and LED daytime running lights in the bumper.
When it comes to its driver assistance systems the standard features on all T-Roc vehicles include the Automatic Post-Collision Braking System, the active lane keeping system Lane Assist and the Front Assist area monitoring system with Pedestrian Monitoring and City Emergency Braking. The SUV can optionally be configured with ten further driver assistance systems. These include adaptive cruise control (ACC), Rear View reversing camera, the lane change system including Rear Traffic Alert, Blind Spot Monitor, lane keeping system Lane Assist, Park Assist including maneuvering brake function, Traffic Jam Assist and Emergency Assist.
The T-Roc can be adapted to the driver’s personal preferences via a range of further assistance systems that is exceptionally large for this vehicle class. In addition to adaptive chassis control DCC and progressive steering, these include electric operation of the rear hatch and starting system Keyless Access.