Volkswagen Scirocco GTS Debuts At AMI Leipzig

To celebrate 30 years since the Mark II Scirocco GTS debuted, Volkswagen has revealed the new Scirocco GTS at Auto Mobil International (AMI) in Leipzig, Germany.

The Scirocco GTS is powered by a 2.0 litre turbo engine that generates 210 hp. Exterior updates include special design front and rear bumpers, flared skid skirts, body-colour side moldings, racing stripes all the way from the tailgate to the bonnet and 18-inch “Thunder” alloy wheels with black trim, red painted brake calipers and GTS badges on the fenders.

The rear diffuser and roof spoiler are “borrowed” from the Scirocco R. Inside reveals black leather seats with red trim accents and stitching.


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