The Top Five Special Edition Volkswagen Models Ever

Volkswagen has a reputation for manufacturing excellent cars that are frugal, fun, and at times luxurious. VW is an automaker from German founded in 1937, and its name stands for “people’s car.” From the time it was founded, the firm has been doing unique and sophisticated things in the automotive industry. The company is well known for producing super-fast inventive cars, and it has automobiles for everyone. Among the high-performance automobiles that the company provides, it sometimes goes out of its way to produce Special edition Volkswagen and the top are listed below.

2017 Volkswagen Scirocco

Just glancing at this model will tell you that the automaker means business. With a limit of only 150 units available, features like the razor-thin grille and deep front air dams give the vehicle an aggressive and cohesive face. It is a medium Coupe that has four seats and two doors.

It only takes 5.5 seconds to accelerate from 0-62mph. Other features that amaze its owners include:

  • Multifunction leather steering wheel
  • 17inch long beach alloy wheels
  • Multi-device interface (MDI)
  • Auto dimming and rain sensor rearview mirror
  • Air conditioning
  • Dusk sensor
  • Discover navigation system
  • Front fog lights and a lot more

Limited Edition Volkswagen Touareg and Tiguan

 

It is not fair to mention Special edition Volkswagen without discussing the limited batch of Touareg Monochrome editions and Tiguan Sportline. In Tiguan’s case, the market will be treated to a sporting variant powered by 162 TSI engine. The vehicle comes with 20-inch alloy wheels and includes adaptive chassis control. It is a model that will introduce the first level two autonomous safety system. These will consist of traffic jam and side assist as well as pedestrian detection for the front assist emergency brake system. 2018 models will feature upgraded safety tech. The initial allocation is at 600 units.

In regards to special edition Touareg also known as Touareg monochrome, it will be introduced to bid farewell to the SUV as it prepares to cease production in preparation for the creation of new models. The monochrome package just like the name suggests implies that consumers will get a limited color range with options of grey, black, and exterior finishes in white that two-tone interior treatment compliment.

Standard features on the car will include ventilated front seats, 19-inch alloy wheels and front assist with city emergency brake. Only 350 editions will be available in Australia.

Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport S

It is the most exclusive front wheel drive and fastest Golf yet smashing records set by Renault, SEAT, and Honda. It is a limited edition with the company only producing 400 units. Out of these 150 made their way to the UK where all the cars were sold within no time. It is a mighty vehicle utilizing EA888 2 Litre four-cylinder turbo unit with a peak output of between 5800 to 6500rmp and 280lb of torque. It also has an option of six-speed manual. A driver only needs 5.8 seconds to accelerate from 0-62 mph, and its top speed is 165 mph. The vehicle delivers exceptional traction even when it is not tackling tight corners.

2016 VW Beetle Denim

It is one of the special edition models that was designed with an aim to honor the automaker’s unique heritage. It incorporated the famous Beetle giving it a style overhaul. It features pure white or stonewashed blue color options, a rear spoiler, denim blue convertible, and heritage wheel design. The Beetle Denim sports a 1.8T four-cylinder under its hood that is capable of delivering 170 horsepower. The vehicle gets an extra kick on the road with six-speed automatic transmission with Sport and Tiptronic mode. It also comes with several standard features. Blue optic dashboard, multi-function sports steering wheel, heated front seats, ambient lighting that is customizable, touchscreen sound system and USB port are some of the things the interior has. Owners can also access other accessories to personalize the Denim.

2001 Volkswagen W12 Nardo Concept

It is a coupe that boasts of a flat and long body. It was possible to have a flat shape because of its monocoque construction as well as the location of the longitudinal engine on the passenger compartments. The car reflects a timeless elegant design that Volkswagen portrays. Dimensions of the vehicle that measure 1.92 meters wide and 4.55 meters length make its appearance quite remarkable. Carbon, aluminum, and leather dominate the design of the concept automobile. The sports automobile with an orange pearlescent finish comes with two wing doors. These open to the front as well as the center of the roof a section made of part glass that extends to the engine compartment from the windscreen. The steering wheel is made of smooth leather, and it is not a perfect round shape but looks too similar to those fitted in Formula One Racing cars. Its engine presents low levels of vibration and the best acoustic qualities.


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