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With the Volkswagen CC on its way out, the automotive world is saying hello to its replacement – the Volkswagen Arteon. Due to arrive as an all-new vehicle for the 2018 model year, the new VW Arteon is expected to be a better version of the current VW CC. While the actual unveiling of the new VW Arteon is pegged to occur in March 2017 at the next Geneva Motor Show, the German carmaker is already providing an early glimpse into the new model.
The 2018 VW Arteon is basically a renamed 2018 VW CC. Volkswagen’s decision to drop the name could be an effort to save the four-door fastback from falling sales. The German carmaker launched the VW CC on the market in 2007, receiving praise for its sleek exterior and ergonomic interior. However, sales of the VW CC in the recent years haven’t been encouraging. For instance, the automaker only sold fewer than 6,300 units of the VW CC in the United States in 2015. Disappointing indeed!
Whether the new Arteon could save VW’s four-door fastback’s from fallen grace remains to be seen. But meanwhile, we could feast on the teaser of the new VW Arteon provided by the German carmaker less than four months into the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. But if we couldn’t wait for March 2017 to come, we could take a review of the Volkswagen Sport Coupé GTE Concept that was unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The VW Sport Coupe Concept GTE is basically a preview of the VW CC; and with the CC gone (by name), it previews the new Arteon.Read the entire article Volkswagen junks CC to usher in new Arteon four-door fastback
Volkswagen is proceeding with plans to broaden its Passat line-up, which will include a style-led CC Shooting Brake, according to Autocar. It was revealed by senior VW executives that the new five-door model, which comes with an exclusive computer-generated image, was conceived to join a successor to the existing swoopy four-door saloon in a second-generation lineup based on VW’s versatile MQB platform.
There’s a tentative schedule for the next Passat to be launched in early 2015. The model is expected to increase in size, with the overall length believed to reach nearly 4900mm. VW wants this model to fill the void in the range between the Passat and the top-of-the-line Phaeton. These larger measurements offer the basis for improvements in interior packaging such as greater rear seat accommodation.
Just like the current CC, this new model will utilize a variety of transversely mounted four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. It’s also likely to feature a plug-in petrol-electric hybrid. Customers can opt for either the standard front-wheel drive or the optional 4Motion four-wheel drive, which features VW’s newest Haldex 5 system. Very few details are available for the CC Shooting Brake model. In fact, it hasn’t been officially confirmed yet.Read the entire article Volkswagen preparing a CC Shooting Brake
Volkswagen has announced the pricing details for the stylish R-Line version of its 2013 CC four-door coupe. The starting price of the 2013 Volkswagen CC R-Line is $33,020 (which includes an $825 destination charge). It comes with a six-speed manual transmission. Meanwhile, the versions that feature a six-speed DSG dual-clutch are priced at $34,120.
Just like other Volkswagen models, being given the CC R-Line treatment means that it gets mainly equipment and aesthetic upgrades. These cars ride on 18-inch “Malloy” wheels, a new front fascia with a lower lip and sportier foglight surrounds, stainless-steel door-sill plates, new side skirts, special R-Line badges, and touchscreen navigation.
R-Line package is offered just with versions of the 2013 Volkswagen CC that are powered by the 200-hp 2.0-liter turbo-four engine. These price tags put the R-Line near to the midline of the Volkswagen CC pricing scale. The 2013 CC 2.0T Sport has a starting price of $31,075 (after destination charges) with a manual transmission. It costs $32,175 with DSG.Read the entire article 2013 Vw CC R-Line priced at $33,020
Volkswagen unveiled the R-Line version of the CC at the Auto Mobil International Show in Leipzig. The CC model will be offered at the end of this year in the U.S. It is powered by the 200hp 2.0-liter, turbocharged TSI engine, partnered to a six-speed manual or a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
R-Line upgrades are composed of interior and exterior enhancements to make the CC much sportier. When compared with the Sport model, the R-Line comes with a more aggressive front bumper design that gets a big lower air intake and projector-style foglights with a stunning chrome motif.
The side skirts and the R-Line logo on the grille make it different from the Sport model, together with shaded taillights and one-of-a-kind and striking 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. The interior features stainless-steel R-Line scuff plates while the multifunction steering wheel for the DSG-equipped model has paddle shifters.Read the entire article 2013 Vw CC R-Line is ready for the U.S.
The new Volkswagen CC models has arrived in the UK with a starting price of only £24,200 (RRP OTR) for the entry-level 1.8-litre TSI 160 PS. Its price could go as high as £30,100 for the top-of-the-line GT 2.0-litre TDI 170 PS DSG with BlueMotion Technology. Volkswagen offers the car with the practicality of a four-door and the sleek styling of a coupe.
The CC comes with a competitive list price and whole-life prices. The CC also has a generous standard specification. Its features include RNS 315 touchscreen satellite navigation system, DAB digital radio, iPod and Bluetooth connectivity, 2Zone climate control, 17-inch alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlights and brake energy recuperation.
For safety, the vehicle is offered with a driver alert system, ESP electronic stabilization program and four-way adjustable front head restraints, to lessen the risk of whiplash.Read the entire article 2012 Vw CC RHD arrives in the UK
Volkswagen of America, Inc. announced that the 2013 CC has a starting price of $30,250 and will start selling in the U.S. in the spring. The CC four-door coupe has been redesigned to be very stylish and extremely luxurious. The 2013 CC aims to gain plenty of ground in the automotive luxury class with its new front and rear styling as well as a wider range of standard equipment, including the Bi-Xenon headlights and LED taillights.
Two powertrains are offered for the CC. The 2.0T models are available with Volkswagen's 2.0-liter turbocharged and direct-injected TSI four-cylinder engine that has reaped numerous awards. It has an output of 200hp and 207 pound-feet of torque and is partnered with either a six-speed manual transmission or a six-speed DSG dual-clutch automatic.
All the 2.0T models are front-wheel drive. The VR6 Lux and VR6 4Motion Executive are powered by the 3.6-liter VR6 engine that delivers 280 hp and 265 lb-ft of torque, being driven via a six-speed automatic transmission. The Lux is front-wheel drive. On the other hand, the Executive comes with VW's 4Motion all-wheel-drive system.Read the entire article 2013 Volkswagen CC price starts from $30,250
At last, the 2012 Vw Passat CC Facelift made its debut today, as the German manufacturer announced today that it will bring the new model at the end of this month at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show. As expected, the car will arrive in the United States as a 2013 Model Year and promises to boost sales of Volkswagen in order to help it become world’s largest car manufacturer.
As you can see from the photos, the 2012 Passat CC comes with new front and rear styling, as well as with an extended range of standard equipment such as Bi-Xenon headlights with the Adaptive Front Lighting System and LED taillights.
Europe and United States will get the new Vw Passat CC almost in the same time, as both markets will receive the new car in Spring 2012.Read the entire article 2012 Vw Passat CC Facelift revealed ahead of 2011 LA Auto Show
The latest addition from this year's SEMA Show is the Volkswagen Super CC Performance Concept , a vehicle based on the Passat CC. As you can see the vehicle is way much better than the standard Passat CC and features a special grey pearl paint, a completely redesigned front bumper, new side panels, a stylish rear trunk spoiler and a new rear bumper with integrated air diffuser and the APR stainless steel performance exhaust system featuring two rectangular tips.
At the interior the vehicle comes with a new set of Recaro sport buckets and a black treatment with high-gloss piano black accents offset by matte black graphics. Under the hood, a big surprise!
The standard 2.0-liter TSI engine found also on the Golf GTI, has been boosted using an APR stage 3 turbocharger system with three performance levels. With the new system installed the engine is capable to deliver in the Eco mode 222 hp and 320 Nm of torque (236 lbs. ft. of torque), 252 hp and 363 Nm (268 lbs. ft.) of torque in the GT mode and an impressive 311 hp and 424 Nm (313 lbs. ft.) of torque.Read the entire article 2008 SEMA: Volkswagen Super CC Performance Concept
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