Volkswagen Eos

Volkswagen Eos

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After more than one million VW convertibles of the Beetle, Karmann Ghia, Golf and New Beetle series, the new Eos takes off to a flying start in May 2006. As the first standard automobile world wide the four-seater is equipped with a five piece convertible, sliding and coupe roof (CSC-roof). The hard top folds tightly together providing a powerful design A friendly panorama: The CSC-roof opens or closes completely within 25 seconds and offers technical as well as visual finesse. Firstly: (...)
The risks Volkswagen took with two Jetta TV ads that put viewers in the car for high-impact crashes seem to be paying off in shopper interest. Volkswagen says that since the ads touting Jetta’s crash safety began on April 10, requests for brochures are up 37% at call centers and 56% on the Web compared with the first 15 days of March, and Internet requests for dealer price quotes are up 58%. In one ad, viewers are along for the ride as a driver is chatting with a friend. A truck suddenly (...)
Volkswagen announced the prices for Volkswagen Eos, which will arrive May 19th: Volkswagen Eos 1.6 FSI with 115 bhp and manual 6-gear transmission: 31.044$ Volkswagen Eos Volkswagen Eos 2.0 FSI with 150 bhp: 33.445$ VW Eos 2.0 TFSI with 200 bhp and manual 6-gear transmission: 36.138$ VW Eos 3.2 l V6 with 250 bhp and DSG transmission 42.485$ VW Eos 2.0 TDI with 140 bhp and standard-equipped diesel particulate filter: (...)
Volkswagen will launch its Eos coupe-cabriolet model in Germany on May 19, not in July as last advised. Quality issues had pushed back the original launch date from March to May, and then to July, so the new date represents a step forward after two steps back. Prices start at $31,330 (25,950 euros), VW said in a statement. The model will move into other markets after its European debut in Germany. Industry sources estimate VW will build 50,000 Eos cars a (...)
The Volkswagen Eos coupe-convertible is named after the Greek goddess of the dawn, who is also the mother of the wind. And that’s ironic – because the much-publicized delay of the Eos was caused largely by a wind-noise glitch. VW now says it has fixed the glitch, along with a problem in the production process. Both problems had threatened to delay the Eos’ introduction until September. The car is now scheduled to launch in May, a delay of three months instead of five months. VW replaced the (...)
At the CeBIT exhibition starting 9 March 2006, Volkswagen will be presenting a study on the Eos, in which tomorrow’s multimedia and communication functions can be seen today. The Eos study, which was created in collaboration with Microsoft, will be on display at the Microsoft stand in Hall 27, part of the new CeBIT special show "Digital Living"Digital consumer electronics make the Eos the mobile media centre of the road. Based on a car PC from inperio Systems with an Intel (...)

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