Has This Four-Door Coupe Lost Its Distinctiveness? When first introduced for the 2009 model year, the CC was breathlessly billed by Volkswagen as a "new offering designed and engineered to blend sports car dynamics and dimensions with sedan comfort in a sophisticated package." The company's first four-door coupe arrived with a dramatically swept roofline, frameless doors, a four-passenger cabin and very distinctive looks. It was arguably the most stylish model in the company's entire lineup. But things have changed for 2013. The automaker has treated its CC to a mid-cycle update that... Read More
- Turbo 2.0L I4
- 200 HP / 207 LB-FT
- 6-Speed DSG
- $36,410 as tested
The 2012 Passat may be garnering the majority of our attention over at Volkswagen, but looking ahead, it appears that the swoopier CC is due for a facelift. Unsurprisingly, these camouflaged testers show a front fascia that's more akin to what we see on both the Passat and Jetta. We've always been big fans of the CC's styling, so let's hope that the more ...
As we reported earlier, Maserati has got a whole slew of new sports GTs on the way for our motoring pleasure... or for those with the means, anyway. First we're likely to see a new coupe to replace the current GT/Coupe/GranSport, followed by a Spider convertible variant, with a full four-seat hard-top convertible based on the Quattroporte likely to ...