VW unveiled the new version of Eos featuring a rather deep facelift for 2011, and announced its debut at the forthcoming Los Angeles Motor Show. The Eos has always been a great car offering good value for money, mainly thanks to its folding metal roof. And while the new model maintains this feature, it becomes better in terms of design and equipments.
Set for market launch in early 2011, the new Eos comes with a new design which is more elegant than the previous gen, but more and more similar to other Volkswagen models of today. It’s a fine design all around. There’s new grille, new headlights and tailights, LED daytime running lights, and modified bumpers front and rear.
Some of the new toys you get with the new Eos include multi-functional color display on the center console, Keyless entry and start, Park Assist and …
As for the engines, the lineup includes two TFSI units with 122 PS (90 kW) and 210 PS (155 kW), and a 2.0 liter TDI with regenerative braking system and Start Stop technology, capable of 140 PS (103 kW) averaging 4.8 liters per 100 km.