Due to the heavy disguise front and rear, our photographers focused their lenses on the inside. And it’s clear that VW has kept development costs in check by using the stylish dashboard from the Eos coupé-cabriolet, rather than creating a new layout.
That’s good news for customers, as its high-quality feel and smart styling will boost the car’s appeal when it goes on sale here late next year.
Buyers will also get the option of the firm’s latest in-car entertainment system. The touchscreen set-up debuts in the Tiguan SUV, and has a large colour display, plus easy-to-use controls for the sat-nav and stereo.
Source: Auto Express