Volkswagen CC: Drive With Great Happiness
Guide to Various Engine Factors of Volkswagen CC
Volkswagen CC or Volkswagen Passat CC was introduced in the beginning of 2008 in the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Car has been in its first production; due to its appearance it looks like highly inspired from VW Passat and even looks like a sedan version of Passat with four doors. The car introduced in the beginning of 2008 in the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The company has placed it above the VW Passat and below the VW Phaeton.
Improved Version Of Volkswagen Passat
However, the car is basically inspired from Passat, but it's featured some improved changes like 36 mm high in width, 27 mm high length and 50mm lower to ground. The car features a range of engine options such as 1.4-litre E85 TFSI, petrol inline-four engine with various capacities like 1.8 L, 2.0 L and it also featured one improved diesel engine with 2.0 L inline-four TDI engine. Since they want to provide more efficient options so they added one 3.6-litre VR6 engine 220 kW that produces 299 PS & 295 hp along with the efficiency of 4motion four-wheel drive as well as six-speed twin-clutch DSG.
Fuel Consumption through Engine Efficiency
Volkswagen CC is available in European markets with 2.0 TDI engine. However, the fuel consumption engine is different in every country and the versions available in two methods like the 103 kW that offers 140 PS is a manually handled transmission while the 125 kW that offers 170 PS is accompanied with DSG. With CC, Volkswagen has also added a Blue TDI with 105 kW that offers 143 PS.
Its latest model 2011 that has been in markets from late 2010, The European 2.0 T performance was raised to 155 kW that produces 211 PS & 208 hp; hence, it enables consumers to use engine variation that was launched in the Golf VI GTI.
Volkswagen CC where CC stands for Confort Coupe offers one of the biggest numbers of engine that represents different features and efficiency.