2011 Volkswagen Passat CC by S.W.A.T.

By almost all accounts, the Volkswagen Passat CC is a pretty sweet car despite the fact that there’s not a lot about it that actually stands out. So how can a Passat CC gain an extra edge in the eyes of the people?

You dress it up like this.

This is the Volkswagen Passat CC "S.W.A.T.," an aftermarket creation from KBR Motorsport, Cover EFX, SH CarCare, and CFX. The program has been christened as "S.W.A.T." not because it’s dressed like a ’Special Weapons And Tactics’ vehicle, because it’s actually an acronym from ’Special Wagons And Tuning,’ a joined tuning company comprised of the companies that were mentioned above.

Nevertheless, the special camouflage-themed matte foil wrap does add a bad-ass look to the Passat, even if it goes against the actual purpose of camouflaging since there’s no way this car can blend in on the streets. Apart from the ironic camouflage wrap, the program also comes with a lowered sport suspension with shortened coilovers, a new set of 21" alloy wheels, and an engine and exhaust system upgrade that improves the car’s output to 280 horsepower. That is a 72 HP jump from the standard 2.0L inline four engine.

All of that is pretty cool...but that camouflage wrap is just a little too tacky for our taste.


9 comments:

Military concept is cool to think about, but we couldn’t say if someone uses this kind of special models and pretend that they are part of a real swat.

Military concepts on a civilian vehicle seem interesting to me. Why they didn’t do this before?

What? It’s a military wagon? I don’t think that it was a good idea. This looks perfect for a police automobile.

The exterior is great with the military camouflage, so I suggest if they provide some military features that will benefit the customers most like GPS navigation, tracking device, night visions and even stealth paint to prevent detection.

This is a concept by S.W.A.T. How bout making the paint more simple like a plain black one? I think that would be much better.

I think other military designs, and features can be added to boost its appearance.

It looks awesome to have it painted with an army camouflage. However, I think the green army camouflage suits best on this wagon.

The style is painfully not elegant, but I think its luxurious aspect went to its performance and internal rooming. Isn’t that what Volkswagen wants though?

Cool, they made a camouflage military skin on that wagon. I hope they will be more focused on the equipment and exterior features that will make the Volkswagen more unique.

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