The new crossover of the German brand was seen on the tests in minimal camouflage a few months before the official debut.
At first glance, on the published Motor1 spy shots, the car is imprinted completely without masking, however, on closer inspection, camouflage is visible on the headlights and tail lights, as well as on the rear pillars. Despite this, you can already get an impression of the exterior design – as expected, the product version is very similar to the T-Roc concept car of 2014.
The novelty, which will be positioned below the Tiguan, will compete with the European Renault Captur and Opel Mokka – the crossover will be offered both in the front-wheel drive version and with the plug-in all-wheel drive. The model is based on the modular architecture of MQB.
As reported by “Avtomambler”, the assembly of the model can start already in August this year.