The new 2011 Eos debuts at the Los Angeles Auto Show and its producers describe it as a technically perfected coupe and visually updated by judging its front and rear which were refined with numerous features.
The location chosen for its debut, California, was not at random, as this is the region with the highest volume for this car model.
The European market has the vehicle available with three direct-injection turbo petrol engines and one direct-injection turbodiesel, while in America, the Eos is available with a 147 kW / 200 PS 2.0-litre TSI with a 6-speed DSG.
A new range of alloy wheels make up the side profile of the new Eos, while the reworked, two-part LED rear lights and rear bumper make the Eos an easily recognizable vehicle. A radiator grille protector which consists of three shiny black struts is extending between the new headlights and its appearance was inspired from Volkswagen's "design DNA", one that is marked by horizontal lines.
The interior of the Eos was refined with new trim on the dashboard and doors with the window buttons and light switches framed in chrome.
The 2011 Eos is distinguished by numerous details, such as "Premium" multifunction display with colour screen, the Light Assist beam control system and a roof which is opened and closed by remote control.
The most powerful petrol engine available for the new Eos is the 2.0-litre TSI. In Europe, it delivers 155 kW / 210 PS and in the USA, it produces 147 kW / 200 PS.
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