Spy Shots showing a completely naked Volkswagen T-Roc testing in China. The T-Roc will have its international debut in
August September. It will be manufactured in China by FAW-Volkswagen joint venture.
The T-Roc is based on the MQB (A0) platform and shares much of its underpinnings with the Volkswagen Golf. In China the T-Roc will be available with a 110hp 1.2 turbo, a 131hp 1.4 turbo, and a 150hp 1.5 turbo, and probably with the 220hp 2.0 turbo of the China-made Golf GTI.
Earlier spy shot of the T-Roc in the United States.
The Chinese version, in white, appears to have a longer wheelbase the U.S. version, just follow the roof line of the white car from he B-pillar to the back. Chinese media have indeed reported that China will get a long-wheelbase version.
Trendy small lights and an even more trndy mud guard under the bumper. Note temporarily test-license plate on the window, issued in Jilin Province. Capital is Changchun city where FAW-Volkswagen is based.
The T-Roc is the first SUV for FAW-Volkswagen. The two others SUVs that are produced in China, the Tiguan L and the Teramont, are made by Shanghai-Volkswagen. Chinese dealers have long been begging for a compact SUV as the segment is booming like crazy.
That ain’t naked. Those are fake head light and tail light graphics wrapped on to the real ones.
“Trendy small lights”
Like, really, you felt for that?
I bet chery is pretty flattered right now