Last month we announced you that the Vw Eos reached the last production year and the German carmaker is preparing to retire the coupe cabriolet. In order to celebrate the last production year, Volkswagen introduced the Final Edition trim that replaces the Sport mid-line trim.
Starting at $39,165, the Eos Final Edition is based on the prior Sport Trim but arrives with additional equipment such as a lowered suspension, 18-inch Vicenza aluminum-alloy wheels, Bi-Xenon headlights with Adaptive Front-lightning System (AFS) as well as headlight washer system.
Moreover, the Final Edition trim includes LED daytime running lights with low beam assist and “Coming Home” function, “Black Peack” decorative interior inserts, multifunction steering wheel, Keyless access, push-button start, Cornsilk Beige and black two-tone Vienna leather seating surfaces, contrast stitching, silver net interior tim, rain-sensing wipers and a rearview camera.
The exterior arrives with black exterior mirrors, LED license-plate illumination, chrome dual-tipped exhausts and a rear spoiler. The stylish retractable hard top transforms the vehicle from a coupe to a cabriolet in just 25 seconds, by a press-and-hold lever located beneath the center armrests.
What’s more interesting is that the electro-hydraulically-operated five-piece steel and glass roof can be opened or closed in most garages. Under the hood, there is a 2.0-liter 16-valve DOHC turbocharged four-cylinder TSI petrol engine that produces 200 hp and 207 lb-ft of torque from just 1,700 rpm.
The engine is bolted as standard to the DSG six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and returns an impressive EPA fuel economy of 30 mpg on the highway and 22 mpg in the city.