CSR Volkswagen Scirocco Ready for You

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We were beginning to miss the Volkswagen Scirocco's presence on the aftermarket scene. Fortunately, our Scirocco tuning thirst has been (partially) quenched by CSR Automotive, a German tuner that released an exterior kit for the vehicle.

The Scirocco has been gifted with an exterior pack including a single-frame font grille, side skirts, as well as a rear apron from the company's O-Line-Design range, two rear wings, headlight "lashes", as well as a stainless steel rear silencer with sporty tips. In addition to that, the hood and the roof now come dressed in a carbon fiber finish.

"After several years of hesitation, VW – not least because of pressure from the customers – has won through to reanimation of its warm Mediterranean wind Scirocco. Good news, because many professional tuners have in the meantime put into action their version of a still further perfected Scirocco. Thus, the company CSR Automotive from Nurnberg is in a good company, but it presents a stunning version of the Mediterranean wind that has no parallels," a company statement reads.

The custom creation rides on Schmidt Revolution 20-inch rims that use Toyo tires (235/30: front and 285/25: rear).

"The alpha and omega of any redevelopment continues to be a successful tire / wheel combination that can never be spectacular enough. And now – once again – Schmidt Revolution from Bad Segeberg comes into play. Thanks to its rims Cirrus with carbon-look parts, Schmidt comes near to the ideal of “perfect footwear” for the Scirocco," stated the press release.
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