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The Volkswagen CC (originally known as the Volkswagen Passat CC in its first generation[2]) is a four-door coupé version of the Volkswagen Passat. It debuted in January 2008 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The suffix CC stands for Comfort Coupé and the car is marketed by VW as a more luxurious vehicle than the standard Passat saloon.[3]

The Passat CC falls between the Passat and the Phaeton in VW's range — while based on the Passat, and sharing its wheelbase, the CC is 27 mm (1.06 inches) longer, 50 mm (1.97 inches) lower, and 36 mm (1.42 inches) wider than the Passat.
facelift to the CC was presented at the Los Angeles Auto Show, for production to start January 2012. The front and rear are revised to align the CC to the current Volkswagen design, whereas the midsection is unchanged.

Interior changes include a minor design change to the center console is made where the updated ACC control panel is the most easily distinguishable feature. This new design is also used in the Passat Alltrack.

European engine options remain the same as for the 2011 pre-facelift CC. Transmission options were also brought over from the previous version but the diesel automatic transmission was equipped with a free-wheel function claimed to reduced fuel consumption by disengaging the clutch when the drivers lifts his/her foot from the accelerator.[8] The XDS electronic differential brake also used in the Golf GTI will be available as standard and optional equipment.[9]

Initially no AWD diesel was announced leaving only the V6 as an AWD alternative but diesel versions became available successively during 2012. Availability of diesel 4WD varies by market.

As in North America, the Passat CC will from the 2012 facelift drop the Passat name in another region and be called Volkswagen CC.
The car rests on a 2,711 mm (106.7 in) wheelbase and is, for the time being, available with a 1.4-litre E85 TFSI (Finland and Sweden), 1.8-litre petrol inline-four, 2.0-litre petrol inline-four, a 2.0-litre inline-four TDI engine in various drivetrain configurations and with a 3.6-litre VR6 engine (220 kW (299 PS; 295 hp)) with 4motion four-wheel drive and a six-speed twin-clutch direct-shift gearbox (DSG).

The North American market will receive the 2.0T I4 and 3.6 L VR6 engine options. This version of the VR6 engine offers an output of 206 kW (276 hp) and 265 lb·ft (359 N·m) of torque available in both front-wheel-drive and 4MOTION versions, while the 2.0T produces 200 hp (150 kW) 207 lb·ft (281 N·m). Manual transmission is available in the 2.0T engine option only.[6] It also comes with automatic transmission.

On the European market the CC is offered with 4MOTION four-wheel drive on the 2.0-litre TDI engines. The 103 kW (140 PS) model comes with manual transmission and the 125 kW (170 PS) model with Direct-Shift Gearbox (DSG). An AdBlue version offering 105 kW (143 PS) name BlueTDI is also produced. Availability varies by country.

For model year 2011 (available late 2010) the 2.0T in Europe was upgraded to 155 kW (211 PS; 208 hp) thereby using the engine variant introduced in the Golf VI GTI.

added on 19 Nov. 2013

Make: Volkswagen


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