Volkswagen Corrado Reborn. Sort Of...

Not sure how many of you remember the 1990 Scirocco successor built by Volkswagen back in the mid 1990s, but the recent revival of the Scirocco line has made at least one designer remember it. Graphic artist Patrick Moczarsky decided to give VW a head start and propose no less than four possible ways of how the Corrado should look like.

According to Moczarsky, the future production version of the Corrado should be based on the view of a new sports car in its serial production and tuning versions. It should be both old and progressive design and combine all features in a compact model with traditional optics.

The most important aspect of the new Corrado should however be transplanted from the old model, but only on the outside, as all the old components should be modern ones. For instance, the small rear spoiler that can be pulled out automatically, just as in the old Corrado, but
thanks to a new mechanism.

The concept features the same stance as the old model, with some lines borrowed from the Scirocco. The car features light alloy wheels, a flat roof, aggressive hood lines and large air intakes which flank the front side and rear end of the body.

Although aware the project he worked on may not be even considered by VW, its designer says his passion for the hatchback coupe will not give him peace.

“We realize, of course, that Volkswagen will not present such a car right now, but the flight of imagination is so fascinating that it won’t give us a moment’s rest”
, says Patrick Moczarsky.
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