2013 Volkswagen Scirocco GTS

At the 2012 Leipzig motor show Volkswagen Scirocco family grew by one. VW unveiled a new GTS, harking back to the original GTS of the Mark II Scirocco. Now, with the launch of the latest model, what is probably the most famous Volkswagen accessory of the 70s and 80s is celebrating its comeback, creating a link between the two eras.

The car comes with a number of exclusive interior and exterior features, including racing stripes, a subtle body kit, 19-inch wheels, and a couple of badges on the outside. Interior appointments include sport bucket seats, fine leather upholstery and more aluminum accents. These stuff will justify the fatter price tag easily.

?The Volkswagen Scirocco GTS has been designed for the European and Chinese markets. Delivering up to 155 kW / 210 PS, the coupé will be available from dealerships autumn 2012. Pricing is TBA.


Details in VW press release below:

Bodywork décor and 18-inch wheel rims as standard

Identifying features of the Volkswagen Scirocco GTS in terms of bodywork are specially designed sports car stripes on the bonnet, roof (including rear spoiler) and tailgate. Red brake callipers (2.0 TSI, 210 PS), custom-designed front and rear bumpers, exposed side sills, body-coloured side trim, wing mirrors colour coordinated with the stripes, burnished 18-inch ‘Thunder’ alloy wheels (striking spoked rims) with black trim, a sporty diffuser and the rear tailgate spoiler from the Scirocco R, plus GTS badges on the front wings finish off the exterior design details to perfection. As an alternative option, the Scirocco GTS can also be ordered with black 19-inch ‘Lugano’ alloys

The decorative GTS trim is coordinated with the vehicle colour. In essence, two broad stripes run centrally from the bonnet over the roof, including roof edge spoiler, all the way to the bottom edge of the tailgate. On each side of these runs a further thin stripe. The following colour combinations are available: if the Scirocco is painted in ‘Indium Grey Metallic’ or ‘Candy White’, the two broad stripes are in ‘Deep Black’ and the wing mirrors and outer thin ones in ‘Salsa Red’. If, on the other hand, the VW Scirocco GTS is ordered in ‘Salsa Red’, the outer stripes and thus the wing mirrors are ‘Candy White’ (the middle ones remaining ‘Deep Black’). As a fourth colour Volkswagen offers the ‘Deep Black’ pearl-effect finish for the vehicle body paintwork. In this case the broad central stripes are white (‘Candy White’) and the outer ones and wing mirrors red (‘Salsa Red’).

Exclusive interior with red contrasting stitching

Inside the car the dominant colours are black and red. For example, decorative inserts: the trim elements in front of the driver and front-seat passenger are black (‘Black Peak’); the central console aperture around the audio and air conditioning system, the frames around the air inlets and the decorative inserts in the door handles are finished in keeping with this in classy piano lacquer. All other interior materials are in either black or anthracite – including the gear lever knob in legendary golf ball style.

Red double lap seams form a contrast to the black, appearing on the seats, gear lever sleeve, hand brake lever, sports steering wheel, safety belts, central armrest and door armrests. Also red: the GTS logo on the front seatbacks and the edging around the floor mats. Bright metal elements, meanwhile, embellish the DSG gear knob (the DSG / direct shift gearbox is available as an option), the audio and air conditioning controls and the buttons for the electric windows. Also in metal are the GTS logo within the steering wheel spoke and the door handles (inside).

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