T-Roc: the entry level model. The new T-Roc is available in four equipment lines. They have their own distinctive focus in terms of their design and range of functions. The new structure ensures that customers get a vehicle that exactly matches their specific needs. In addition to the dash panel with its new, especially high-quality design, the basic equipment includes numerous comfort and safety features such as the Front Assist and Lane Assist systems . Also included are the LED headlights, the versatile Digital Cockpit combined with a redesigned multifunction steering wheel and the 6.5-inch expanded infotainment display. The USB-C port can be used to quickly charge electronic devices. Decorative trim in Licorice Black matt, high-quality fabric seat covers, 16-inch steel wheels and a visual underbody guard round off the equipment features of the entry level model.
Life: with an extra portion of comfort. In the Life equipment line, the new T-Roc has a contemporary look and an extensive range of comfort and convenience features. The 6.5-inch infotainment display with App Connect allows secure and straightforward integration of smartphone apps in the car.
The leather multifunction steering wheel makes it easy to use the various controls and operate the driver assist systems. Centre armrests enhance seating comfort for the driver and front passenger, as well as for those travelling in the rear. Park Assist takes care of parking. When the vehicle is unlocked, the driver and passenger are greeted with a logo that is projected from the exterior mirrors onto the ground. Optionally, the A-pillars, roof and exterior mirror caps of the new T-Roc Life can be finished in Deep Black. As an alternative to the 16-inch alloy Chester wheels, 17-inch Johannesburg alloy wheels are available. The Life fabric covers and decorative trim in Pewter matt add a fresh touch to the interior.
Style: Design meets technology. The look of the new T-Roc in the Style equipment line is defined by a two-tone paint finish, additional chrome strips on the radiator grille and body sides, and chrome elements in the rear apron. This equipment line also includes 17-inch alloy wheels in the new Johannesburg design.
Optional extras include 18-inch alloy wheels in the Portimao design, which is also new, and 19-inch R alloy wheels in the Misano design. Other features include the Digital Cockpit Pro with 10.25-inch (26 cm) TFT colour display behind the steering wheel and an 8-inch infotainment display as well as the LED Plus headlights, Light Assist main-beam control and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC).
An elegant interior ambience is created by chrome trim, background lighting and comfort seats in ArtVelours available in Titanium Black. These are combined with door panels and armrests in leatherette with decorative stitching and a decorative trim in the new Deep Iron Grey glossy finish. The headrests also feature new design seams. The Vienna leather package is available as an optional extra, as are the ergoActive seats with electric 4-way lumbar support adjustment and massage function for the driver. The new T-Roc Cabriolet Style features fabric seat covers and a decorative trim in Pewter matt.
R-Line: Sporty to the max. The R-Line equipment option truly brings out the dynamic character of the new T-Roc. Contributing features here are the distinctive design of the front and rear apron based on the top-of-the-range model T-Roc R, specific side sill cladding and 17-inch R alloy wheels in the new Valencia design. 18-inch R alloy wheels are optionally available in the new Nevada design and there is also the option of 19-inch wheels in the Misano design, which is likewise new. A sports car ambience in the interior is created by the multifunction sports steering wheel in leather with touch controls and R-Line logo, pedals in aluminium, black headliner and decorative trim in the new glossy finish Lava Stone Black. Both driver and front passenger will be sure to appreciate the sports comfort seats covered in R-Line fabric, with headrests featuring striking design stitching. Premium sports seats designed for the T-Roc R are also available as an option – either in Nappa leather or R-Line fabric. The R-Line also includes an 8-inch infotainment display, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)2, background lighting, chrome trim, and door panels and armrests in leatherette with decorative stitching. In addition, the new T-Roc in the R-Line equipment line has a sports package including driving profile selection, progressive steering and sports running gear.
Black Style design package In conjunction with the Style and R-Line equipment lines, a carefully coordinated selection of black design elements is also available for the new T-Roc for a discreetly sporty look. These are combined in the Black Style design package, which includes the roof rails, the exterior mirror caps, the decorative element in the area of the roof curve and the decorative trim on the radiator grille and side sills. On the new T-Roc Cabriolet, the upper part of the rear spoiler and the decorative trim on the lower end of the soft top are also finished in black. Further components of the Black Style design package for the new T-Roc are the darkened panes of the rear side windows and tailgate and the carbon-look C-pillars. The T-Roc Style, the T-Roc R-Line and the T-Roc Cabriolet R-Line also have exhaust tailpipe trims with a black finish. Also included in the package for all model variants are the black 18-inch alloy wheels in Grange Hill design. In addition to the headliner, the decorative trim and air vent surrounds in the interior of all new T-Roc models with the Black Style design package are also finished in black.