The 2018 Volkswagen T-Roc is a subcompact crossover meant to slot beneath the Tiguan.

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In Europe, it will be offered with six different engines -- three gas and three diesel.

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Front-wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive is optional.

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Yes, it can be had with a manual transmission.

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Standard safety features include autonomous emergency braking, lane keep assist and a post-collision system that prevents a rear-ending from turning into a chain reaction.

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Adaptive cruise control is optional, as is a self-parking system.

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Inside, there's a big splash of color on the instrument panel.

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There's a big ol' screen in the center of the dashboard and a second, also-large, screen replaces the gauge cluster.

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It's still unclear if the T-Roc will come to the US or not.

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It launches in Europe this November.

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