Volkswagen introduced the “charged” version of the model T-Roc R

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Volkswagen introduced the “charged” version of the model T-Roc R

The company launches the new Volkswagen T-Roc R on the European market as the most powerful version of the subcompact SUV brand, which, as it turned out, shares its powertrain with the Golf R.

This makes the new VW T-Roc R the first SUV of the brand, which also received the nickname of “R”. Under the hood is a turbocharged 2.0-liter unit that produces 296 HP and 400 Nm of torque. Power is transmitted to all four wheels through an uncontested 7-speed automatic DSG gearbox with double clutch. Such “filling” T-Roc R can accelerate to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds and a top speed electronically limited at around 250 km/h.

The chassis gets a lowered sport suspension, a powerful braking system, progressive steering system and electronic stability control that can be disabled. For those who want to get the sporty exterior Volkswagen has prepared a set of rectangular exhaust pipes T-Roc R, as well as additional exhaust system Performance R Akrapovic Titanium from.

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As expected, the T-Roc R has received a more aggressive appearance with new bumpers, original air intakes with black fins, unique DRL and rear led lights. Successfully underlines the sporty exterior kit, 18-inch alloy wheels or the dark graphite 19 inch and a set of adaptive dampers.

As for the interior, the driver will find leather seats, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with App-Connect, digital instrument panel and sports leather steering wheel. Optionally available with wireless charging for smartphones, adaptive cruise control Stop & Go and more.

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The new VW T-Roc R will be available at a price of 43 995 euros in Germany, making it into 2 290 euros cheaper than the Golf R.

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