Tag: VW T-Roc

VW T-Roc Cabriolet: High-Riding Golf Convertible Successor Overexposed In 325 Photos, Videos

Volkswagen wants to draw attention to its newest convertible, the T-Roc Cabriolet, which will have its official market launch in Germany and other European markets from March 20. The automaker does that by releasing the mother lode of all photo galleries (325 of them to be exact), as well as detailed videos featuring the T-Roc […]

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VW T-Roc Cabrio Shares Its Production Site With The Porsche Cayman

Almost three months after its official unveiling, the Volkswagen T-Roc Cabriolet has entered production. The brand’s only open-top model is being put together at the Osnabruck plant in Lower Saxony, Germany, on the same line as the Porsche Cayman. This is where VW used to assemble the Golf Cabriolet and XL1, alongside other vehicles. “We’ve […]

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With Almost 300 HP, VW’s T-Roc R Sure Is Fast, But How Does It Fare In The Real World?

It feels like it was literally yesterday when high-end SUVs broke the 5-second barrier for the 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration. However, it happened last decade, and one of them was the original Porsche Cayenne Turbo S. In the meantime, advancements in powertrain development and the implementation of lighter materials have made high riders even […]

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Dacia Duster Was EU’s Second Best-Selling Car In August Behind The VW Golf – See How The Rest Fared

It’s no secret that the Duster is Dacia’s best-selling model in Europe, followed closely by the Sandero hatchback. But did you know these two were among the top five best-selling models in the European Union in August? Actually, the Duster finished the month in second place, with 19,451 units sold (up 10.8 percent year-over-year), according […]

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VW Working On Two SUVs To Slot Below The Tiguan – Could They Be US-Spec Versions Of T-Roc And T-Cross?

Volkswagen has confirmed that it is working on at least two new SUVs for the U.S. market, as demand for such vehicles continues to rise. While speaking with The Detroit Bureau at VW’s plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee where the new Atlas Sport Cross is being built, Volkswagen Group of America chief executive Scott Keogh revealed […]

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