2011 VW Scirocco by CSR Automotive review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 5 April 2011 , 19:04:57 byVeronica

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VW Scirocco by CSR Automotive

The 2011 VW Scirocco by CSR Automotive represents a stunning version of the Mediterranean wind that has no parallels. The Scirocco III is original from 2009 and it was equipped with a turbocharged engine comprising an in-house body kit that consisted of a single-frame front grille, side skirts and a rear apron from the O-Line-Design. The partial foil design in carbon-look provides an obvious effect, while the alpha and omega of any redevelopment is still an efficient tire/wheel combination which is always spectacular.Schmidt comes near to the "perfect footwear" for the Scirocco with Cirrus rims featuring carbon-look parts in the dimensions of 8.5x20" with 235/30 ZR20 tires from Toyo at the front or 10.5x20" with 285/25 ZR20 - at the rear axles.

SUCCESSFUL RESUSCITATION by CSR Automotive


After several years of hesitation, VW - not least because of pressure from the customers - has won through to reanimation of its warm Mediterranean wind Scirocco. Good news, because many professional tuners have in the meantime put into action their version of a still further perfected Scirocco. Thus, the company CSR Automotive from Nurnberg is in a good company, but it presents a stunning version of the Mediterranean wind that has no parallels.


Originally from the 2009, Scirocco III was equipped with a turbocharged engine with an in-house body kit consisting of a single-frame front grille, side skirts and a rear apron from the O-Line-Design, the upper and lower rear wings, "bad-look" headlight trims and a stainless steel rear silencer with suitable outlets.



The obvious effect is also provided by a partial foil design in carbon-look.


The alpha and omega of any redevelopment continues to be a successful tire / wheel combination that can never be spectacular enough. And now - once again - Schmidt Revolution (www.FELGE.de) from Bad Segeberg comes into play. Thanks to its rims Cirrus with carbon-look parts (wheel assembly costs 3400 euro) in the dimensions of 8.5x20" with 235/30 ZR20 tires from Toyo at the front or 10.5x20" with 285/25 ZR20 - at the rear axles, Schmidt comes near to the ideal of "perfect footwear" for the Scirocco.


There is only the pious hope to sit in the sports chair and go on. That is quite feasible ...