D the model will be available from the first half of the year Built in Osnabrück in 2020. The necessary investments of more than 80 million euros in the location were approved by the supervisory board on Friday (23.2.2018).
A first Erlkönig has now been caught from the upcoming T-Roc Cabrio, and that corresponds pretty much of the first sketch, the VW had already published.
By 2020 VW wants to expand its SUV range to 20 models worldwide. Around 40 percent of the Volkswagen sold will then be SUVs. With the new cabriolet based on the T-Roc Volkswagen will further strengthen its presence in the compact SUV segment. Compact SUVs are one of the fastest growing segments in the automotive industry. A production volume of up to 20,000 vehicles per year is planned at the Osnabrück site.
Two-door with soft top
The The closed version of the T-Roc was launched on the European market at the end of 2017. The first teaser picture of the VW T-Roc Cabrio shows a two-door model with a soft top. There is no B-pillar or even a fixed roll bar. The roof shape has a coupé-like appearance.