/CDC Launches “Carbon Roof” Project

CDC Launches “Carbon Roof” Project

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German tuner CDC International has developed an obsession with carbon fiber roofs, and is now offering it for any type of vehicle. This is real, high-tech carbon we’re talking about, no film and wrapping nonsense here.

CDC makes its carbon roofs with F1 technology, scanning each roof with a 3D laser scanner to obtain the necessary data to make a prototype in their cnc machining equipment. Then based on that they cook a carbon roof in high-tech, high-pressure ovens. It is a rather complicated procedure, but they let you choose the weave and structure of your carbon roof.

They currently have data and prototypes to make carbon roofs for a wide range of German cars – including BMW M3 / E46 / E92 / M6 / M5 / E60, Audi A3 / A4 / A5 / A7 / TT / R8, Mercedes C-Class / E-Class / S-Class, and VW Golf 4 – 5 – 6 / Scirocco / Polo 6N – 9N. But it is not limited to type and model. They can customize and make these roofs for almost any vehicle.

As for the price, it depends on the model, but all in all it sounds reasonable, given the amount of work that goes into making these things. A carbon roof for VW Golf 6, for example, costs 899 Euro.

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