Thursday, November 29, 2012

Cars VW

Cars VW


Here’s how the new Volkswagen Golf VII Estate might look like

Posted: 29 Nov 2012 12:34 PM PST

Volkswagen has recently launched a new Golf, but the German engineers haven’t finished working on the seventh generation of the popular Wolfsburg automobile yet.

Starting next year, hot-hatch enthusiasts will be able to fully enjoy the seventh generation of the legendary Volkswagen Golf GTI. Also starting next year, the latest generation Volkswagen Golf will be available in an Estate version, which will join the newly-launched hatchback version. Although there are no official information available at present, there are certain rumors that claim the new Volkswagen Golf Estate will have a larger trunk, with a capacity increased by 120 liters compared to the hatchback model.

First released at the Paris Auto Show, the seventh generation Volkswagen weighs almost 100 kg less than its predecessor and, therefore, its fuel consumption has been reduced by 23%. As we’re used to, future buyers will be able to chose from many engine options, which will include both diesel and petrol engines. The engine options are as following:

Volkswagen Golf VII Estate

Volkswagen Golf VII Estate

•1.2 TSI, with either 85 or 105 hp;
•1.4 TSI, with either 122 or 140 hp;
•1.6 TDI, with 105 hp and 250 Nm;
•2.0 TDI, with 150 hp and 320 Nm.

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MR Car Design gives 500 hp to the Volkswagen Passat CC

Posted: 29 Nov 2012 12:30 PM PST

The Germans over at MR Car Design created a tuning kit for the Volkswagen Passat CC which will include, among other things, an increase in power to almost 500 horsepower.

If 295 horsepower isn’t enough for your Volkswagen Passat CC, the Germans at MR Car Design created a tuning kit that can increase the engine power to almost 500 hp.

More specifically, by installing a turbocharger and making other changes, the 3.6-liter V6 of a Passat CC VR6 4Motion can produce up to 495 hp and 700 Nm.

Volkswagen Passat CC

Volkswagen Passat CC

Aside from an increase in power, the MR Car Design tuning kit also includes other changes, like a KW suspension, Stoptech ST-40 brakes, H&R front and rear stabilizers and a set of 18-inch wheels, courtesy of OZ and wrapped up in 235/40 R18 tires.

Volkswagen Passat CC

Volkswagen Passat CC

What do you think of this?

Volkswagen Passat CC

Volkswagen Passat CC

 

Volkswagen Passat CC engine

Volkswagen Passat CC engine

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