The all-new VW T-ROC crossover is based on the Polo and takes aim at the likes of the Renault Captur and Toyota C-HR. The car fills a yawning gap below the Tiguan, which is priced out of reach of many who are looking to enter the compact SUV market. Drivetrains and features are what you'd expect from VW, but there is one thing that sets the T-roc apart from its competitors, namely that it's the company's first vehicle of this type with contrasting roof section. Although significantly smaller than the Tiguan, like its bigger sibling it is based on the VW'S MQB platform. That said, despite its compact exterior it is surprisingly spacious.
Powertrains are likely to be the familiar ones from the Golf range, including petrols and diesels, with 6-speed manual gearbox and the option of DSG double clutch automatic transmission. Drive to the front wheels will be standard across the range, though high-end models will benefit from 4MOTION all- wheel drive.