After announcing the launch of the new generation Eos for the Los Angels Auto Show, Volkswagen has also decided to offer an Exclusive version for the more demanding customers out there. The new Eos Exclusive comes with sports seats, two-tone leather upholstery, and aluminum decorative elements. It will be available with all engine variants.

The high-quality two-tone sports seats are covered in "Nappa" leather in the color combination Chocolate - Titanium Black or Pepper White - Titanium Black. The sports steering wheel, gear lever sleeve, and hand brake lever are also in leather and fitted matching colors. There are also various aluminum trim parts and a black piano lacquer radio panel.

For the exterior, Volkswagen offers new black-sheen 18-inch alloy wheels with new design "Vicenza" and sport suspension. Optionally, customers can also get a set of 18-inch alloy wheel in "Chicago" design.

The new design elements for the Exclusive version aren’t that much different thanlast year’s, but we are not complaining. The minor upgrades and color changes are just enough to add a little something extra to the stylish convertible.

Prices for the Eos Exclusive start at 35,275 euro for the 1.4 TSI version.


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  (776) posted on 02.1.2012

What would I say about this? Only the wheels are projected. Well, the interior is obviously nicer than the other. The wheels are impressively designed. That’s why it was eye-catcher. 

  (526) posted on 08.12.2011

This what you call a quality car! I thought it will be a sports car on its initial image, but after I saw other images, I notice it is a hatchback. I wonder who are those demanding customers they were talking about. By the way, I think I am one of them. smiley

  (407) posted on 12.2.2010

For that price I think it should come with the 2.0T as standard, otherwise just get a 1er. The EOS may be nice by VW standards, but I don’t think it has earned the right to ask for that kind of money just yet, let alone have a special edition.

  (780) posted on 11.8.2010

I agree the Polo would be great... but they still refuse to bring it over,are they afraid it will cannibalize Golf/GTI sales? because I don’t think that’s the case... the Fit and the Fiesta will be the ones to eat the Golfs lunch.

  (555) posted on 11.5.2010

that wheel is definitely amazing. I like it’s design..

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