Volkswagen has announced that it is offering three all-new 2010 special edition models at its dealer showrooms nationwide.
“Volkswagen constantly looks for ways of providing our customers special limited edition models that provide the opportunity of owning something unique,” said Mark Barnes, Chief Operating Officer, Volkswagen of America, Inc. “The CC R-Line, Jetta TDI Cup Street Edition, and Red Rock Edition New Beetle demonstrate our brands ability to provide our customers something truly special.”
Our favorite of the trio has to be the 2010 Jetta TDI Cup Street Edition, because we’re fans of V-Dubs’ diesel lineup (you’ll find out later today why).
Prices for the 2010 Volkswagen CC R-Line start at $29,590, while the Jetta TDI Cup Street Edition stars at $24,990 and the new 2010 Beetle Red Rock Edition starts at $20,390. You can learn more about each model in the press release after the jump.
2010 Volkswagen Passat CC R-Line:
Three All-New Special Edition Volkswagens Now Available in Dealer Showrooms
The 2010 CC R-Line, 2010 Jetta TDI Cup Street Edition, And 2010 New Beetle Red Rock Edition add performance and individuality
HERNDON, Va., Feb. 15 /PRNewswire/ — Volkswagen of America, Inc. today announced that three all-new 2010 special edition models are now available in dealer showrooms. The CC R-Line, Jetta TDI® Cup Street Edition, and New Beetle Red Rock Edition all build on the already great features of their standard versions, with unique elements and design cues exclusive to these special models.
The 2010 CC R-Line
Volkswagen’s CC is one of the most stylish and sporty coupe sedans currently available in the market today. For drivers who want a more aggressive look to match, the new CC R-Line comes outfitted with a number of visual enhancements for a decidedly sporty look. A body kit with side skirts and a new front bumper, including an integrated chin spoiler, give a more aggressive appearance. Special 18-inch “Mallory” wheels, R-Line badges on the front fenders, and smoked taillamps complete the exterior upgrades. Brushed aluminum door sills are added to the interior. The CC R-Line is powered by the highly acclaimed, performance-bred 2.0T engine, mated to either a six-speed manual transmission, or a six-speed Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG®) equipped with paddle shifters.
The 2010 Jetta TDI Cup Street Edition
Born from the popularity of Volkswagen’s groundbreaking Jetta TDI Cup race series ““ now entering its 3rd season ““ and enthusiast demand for a race-inspired version of the popular Jetta TDI, comes the 2010 Jetta TDI Cup Street Edition. Various modifications inside and out ensure the Street Edition is instantly connected to the TDI Cup cars racing on tracks throughout North America. The Street Edition offers the same full body kit found on the TDI Cup race cars with an aerodynamic front bumper, side skirts, and rear valance. Also included are 18-inch “Charleston” wheels with high-performance tires, larger GLI brakes with red painted calipers, and the European-tuned sport suspension from the GLI. Sport seats with Interlagos cloth, a leather-wrapped, multi-function steering wheel, and brushed aluminum door sills mark the interior. Volkswagen’s proven 2.0L TDI Clean Diesel engine makes 140 horsepower and 236 lbs.-ft. of torque, sent through either a six-speed manual, or a six-speed Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG®) transmission.
The 2010 New Beetle Red Rock Edition
The charm and passion of Volkswagen’s iconic New Beetle, which was unveiled at the 1998 North American International Auto Show, continues with the 2010 New Beetle Red Rock Edition. Only 750 of the custom coupes will be available, each with a unique, two-toned exterior comprised of Red Rock metallic paint and a painted black roof. An all black interior complements the overall color scheme, while select 17-inch wheels and a full sport suspension improve driving excitement out on the open road.
The 2010 CC R-Line (starting at $29,590), the 2010 Jetta TDI Cup Street Edition (starting at $24,990), and the 2010 New Beetle Red Rock Edition ($20,390) are all available now.
– By: Kap Shah