The VW T-Roc's launch has been deferred by a little over 2 months to the next Delhi Auto Expo in February 2020.
Even though in size terms it is a tad smaller, the VW T-Roc will be pitted against the likes of the Jeep Compass, MG Hector, and Tata Harrier.
The car will be fully-loaded and so expect one variant only - with a premium trim that gets all the bells and whistles, and safety features as standard. It is likely the T-Roc will come with only two-tone roof variants, in relatively limited colour options.
The T-Roc will be offered in a petrol-only avatar with the 1.5 litre turbocharged TSI engine. And will come with the 7-Speed DSG dual clutch automatic gearbox as standard.
It is likely the T-Roc will come with only two-tone roof variants, in relatively limited colour options. Volkswagen will be positioning the T-Roc as a brand shaper and influencer, to pave the way for the T-Cross based compact SUV that shall follow.
The T-Roc will get a digital instrument cluster and will be filled to the brim with features
The VW Group will be looking at the T-Roc to help shape its image as it tries to build a second coming in India.