The German based automaker Volkswagen has recently announced that the facelifted version of the CC model has been launched in the United Kingdom, where the model has a starting price of 24,200 GBP on the road.
After being officially presented to the public at the Los Angeles Auto Show, not too long ago, the Volkswagen CC is once again placed into the spotlights, this time with the car manufacturer announcing its European debut, with the right-hand drive version being launched in the United Kingdom. According to the carmaker, the Volkswagen CC facelift is available in 10 trim levels in the UK, where the cheapest one can be bought for 24,200 GBP while the top of the line 2.0 liter TDI 170 PS six-speed DSG BLueMotion Technology will set you back for 30,100 GBP.
Volkswagen says that the facelifted version of the CC is coming with a choice of four engines, the 1.8 liter TSI (petrol) with 160 PS, the 2.0 liter TSI with 210 PS and two different outputs for the diesel burner 2.0 liter TDI, 140 PS and 170 PS.
The refreshed version of the Volkswagen CC has brought some new technologies and features, like the bi-xenon headlights, adaptive fog lights, LED tail lights, aluminum insertions, multi-function steering wheel, a camera which is detecting road signs and a system which is adjusting the headlights according to other vehicles on the road, named the Dynamic Light Assist. The model is also coming with the Side Assist Plus with Lane Assist, which are responsible for watching the driving lane and the dead angle, while the options list is finished with the seats, which can be equipped with massage or climate features.