VW launches Eos GT Sport

VW launches Eos GT Sport

VW Eos GT Sport fq

VW has launched this week a new special edition of its Eos titled the Volkswagen Eos GT Sport. Only for the German domestic market at this stage the Eos GT Sport features unique 18-inch wheels, a lowered sport chassis and a black painted roof. In addition, the GT Sport comes with chrome grille slats, bright red LED taillights, darkened headlights and rear windows.

The suspension is sport tuned and has been dropped 15 mm, aluminum pedals, heated front leather seats and a new three-spoke leather steering wheel have also been added. The equipment list nowincludes Climatronic and an RCD 510 multimedia system.

The Volkswagen Eos GT Sport is available with two engines a 191 kW petrol and 103 kW diesel unit.

VW Eos GT Sport fq

VW has launched this week a new special edition of its Eos titled the Volkswagen Eos GT Sport. Only for the German domestic market at this stage the Eos GT Sport features unique 18-inch wheels, a lowered sport chassis and a black painted roof. In addition, the GT Sport comes with chrome grille slats, bright red LED taillights, darkened headlights and rear windows.

The suspension is sport tuned and has been dropped 15 mm, aluminum pedals, heated front leather seats and a new three-spoke leather steering wheel have also been added. The equipment list nowincludes Climatronic and an RCD 510 multimedia system.

The Volkswagen Eos GT Sport is available with two engines a 191 kW petrol and 103 kW diesel unit.

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