Refresh for the VW Scirocco

The VW officially revealed the refreshed Scirocco, which bears little stylistic touches and upgraded its range of existing engine group. The revamped VW Scirocco will do the official presentation of the Geneva Motor Show, which will start early next month. For 6 years the German sports car brand received a freshening both appearance and mechanical, with the prospect, according to the company, to remain for another three years, at least in the market without seeing a new generation. Externally, the revamped Scirocco has very small changes and are distinguished in minimally redesigned front bumper, new bi xenon light fixtures, new type LED daytime running lights and front grille.

VW-Scirocco 2014

VW-Scirocco 2014

VW-Scirocco 2014

VW-Scirocco 2014

If you move the back we find the redesigned lamps type LED, the revamped bumper and 5th door. The bidders will have the opportunity to choose among 5 new colors and new wheel designs. The cabin of this renewed Scirocco discern an upgrade in the quality of materials and new instruments, which are borrowed from the Golf GTI. A little updating suffered and leather steering wheel with cut bottom. All mechanical sets will be equipped with the stop/start and energy recovery system, other than the 2liter 280 horsepower Scirocco R. All engines will be combined with either 6’s manual gearbox or the optional dual clutch automatic DSG with the move to come exclusively from the front axle.

VW-Scirocco 2014

VW-Scirocco 2014

VW-Scirocco 2014

VW-Scirocco 2014

The familiar 1.4 lite TSI upgraded by 3 horses with performance reaching now over 125 horsepower, while the three versions of the 2liter engine offering 180 horsepower, 220 horsepower and 280 horsepower. Also upgraded the 2liter diesel TDI, which now delivers 150 and 184 horsepower. Finally, the revamped VW Scirocco is scheduled to go on sale in Europe in August and later will be available in South Korea, Australia, Russia, Argentina and China.

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By Nicole P.

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