By 2020, the booming SUV segment is set to become much more versatile, and will be extended to include 20 new models worldwide. With the Tiguan and the Touareg, Volkswagen is setting standards in the SUV segment. As well as the T-Roc family, the broad range includes the Atlas and the Teramont. The small T-Cross completes the range, and will be joined in 2020 by the series version of the ID. CROZZ show car – the first fully electric SUV. In terms of the overall strategy, the spirited T-Roc Cabriolet represents an agile, versatile crossover that simultaneously appeals to your head and heart. The development team also paired the strengths of the Volkswagen SUVs with the feeling of a convertible.
With the new T-Roc Cabriolet, Volkswagen is extending its model offer to the fastest-growing segment in the automotive industry: the compact SUV. The open T-Roc is produced at Volkswagen’s Osnabrück location, a plant with a long history of making convertibles. Indeed, the convertible variants of the Beetle and the Golf were also built here.