VW CC Facelift
Can you tell the difference between the CC from 2012 to 2013?
Well we are here to show you how you can
The 2013 CC has an updated front and rear end.
The front end is comprised of a redesigned front bumper, lower radiator grill and hood to give the car cleaner lines that are elegant and still muscular. The front end also offers Bi-Xenon headlights, with LED daytime running lights that are now standard on all models. The redesign was made so there is a harmony and precision between the lines of the headlights and lower radiator grill.
The more powerful hood design along with the new bumper sharps the car’s silhouette. Meanwhile, the more sculpted side sills between the wheel housings stand out, making a greater visual connection between the front and rear bumpers.
The rear end starts out with longer and enhanced C pillars that ‘swoop’ along with a bigger rear bumper. In comparison to the previous year CC, the 2013 CC has new taillights that compliment the body lines and come with LED elements in them that last longer and use less energy.
Along with that, the 2013 CC has new 17″ and 18″ wheels available along with two new exterior colors; Black Oak Brown and Fortuna Red.
The interior on the 2013 CC has changed in that it is not a 5 seater. They have added an additional seatbelt in the back seat to allow for 3 people to sit there.
Under the Hood
The 2013 CC comes in a 2.0-liter turbocharged and direct-injected TSI four-cylinder engine that generates 200 horsepower and the 3.6-liter narrow-angle VR6 engine that produces 280 horsepower.