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The new model, identified by the internal type numbers 137 or 1K8, is based on the PQ35 platform of the Golf V and was unveiled at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show. It went on sale in summer 2008 in Europe, with sales in other countries beginning early 2009. The Type 3 Scirocco won "Car of the Year 2008" from Top Gear Magazine. Volkswagen officially announced in June 2006 production of a new Scirocco model at the Autoeuropa assembly plant in Palmela, Portugal. [18] Concepts [ edit ] IROC concept at the 2006 Paris Motor Show Scirocco GT24 racecar IROC concept (2006) [ edit ] Volkswagen unveiled the Scirocco GTS, featuring the same engine found in the Mk7 Golf GTI. [24] Engines [ edit ] Model Böhler, Claudia (2008-06-01), Scirocco: Aufregend vernünftig. Der Volkswagen Scirocco 1974—1992[ Scirocco: Exhilaratingly sensible: The Volkswagen Scirocco 1974—1992] (in German), Wolfsburg, Germany: Volkswagen AG, ISBN 978-3-935112-33-8

The Studie R is a concept car based on the Scirocco GT24, after Volkswagen had cancelled the production of the Scirocco R32. [31]

In April 2007, Volkswagen America vice president Adrian Hallmark claimed that Volkswagen preferred not to bring the Scirocco to North America since it could negatively affect Golf GTI sales. [26] It was later stated that the final decision would be made in 2008 by Martin Winterkorn (Volkswagen's CEO), not Volkswagen of America. [27] a b "Nachrichten aus der Technik: Klimaanlage für VW Golf und Scirocco (Technical news: air conditioning for VW Golf and Scirocco)". Auto Motor u. Sport. Vol.Heft 18 1975. 30 August 1975. pp.Seite 36. Ingram, Richard (2017-08-23). "Volkswagen Scirocco to be reborn as hot electric coupe". Auto Express . Retrieved 2021-07-20. Scirocco sales continued until 1992 in Germany, the UK, and some other European markets. The Scirocco was briefly joined but effectively replaced by the Corrado in the VW line-up, although this had been on sale since 1988 and was aimed further upmarket. Scirocco I side view: wrap-around front indicators and the plastic-coated one-piece wrap-around bumpers mark this out as a post 1978 car Rear view of facelift model

Horrell, Paul (2006-11-01). "VW will IROC you: No, it's not what you're thinking". . Retrieved 26 November 2009. The Scirocco GTi entered production in the summer of 1976, while the later cult Golf GTI wasn't unveiled until the autumn of the same year. [9] The Scirocco GT24 is a race car for the 24-hour race at the Nürburgring. It has a 2.0L TSI engine rated at 325PS (239kW; 321hp) and 340N⋅m (251lb⋅ft) at 2,100rpm as well as a DSG transmission. Joseph, Noah (2008-05-22). "Volkswagen Scirocco GT24 debuts at Wörthersee". . Retrieved 2010-10-09.Nunez, Alex (2009-05-20). "Officially Official: Volkswagen Scirocco R". . Retrieved 2010-10-09.

Halfway through the 1984 model year, a new space-saver spare wheel was added, that provided room for a larger fuel tank (with a second "transfer" fuel pump). Leather interior, power windows and mirrors, air conditioning, and a manual sunroof were options for all years. The 1984 model year saw the return of two windshield wipers (vs the large single wiper), absent since the 1976 models. The EA888 2.0 TSI uses an IHI K03 water-cooled turbocharger incorporated in exhaust manifold, while a BorgWarner turbocharger is used in EA113 2.0 TSI versions. Volkswagen began work on the car during the early 1970s as the replacement for the aging Karmann Ghia coupe, and designated it the Typ 53 internally. Although the platform of the Golf was used to underpin the new Scirocco, almost every part of the car was re-engineered in favour of a new styling (penned by Giorgetto Giugiaro) which was sleeker and sportier than that of the Golf. The Scirocco debuted at the 1973 Geneva Motor Show. [4] Rear view of a pre-facelift model Volkswagen Scirocco facelift unveiled with a series of cosmetic and engine updates". . Retrieved 2015-11-12. Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-06-04 . Retrieved 2008-05-25. {{ cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title ( link)Eleven different engines were offered in the Type 2 Scirocco over the production run, although not all engines were available in all markets. These engines included both carburetor and fuel injection engines. Initially all models had eight-valve engines. A 16-valve head was developed by tuner Oettinger in 1981, with the modification adopted by Volkswagen when they showed a multi-valve Scirocco at the 1983 Frankfurt Motor Show. [16] It went on sale in Germany and a few other markets in July 1985, with a catalyzed model arriving in 1986. Displacements ranged from 1.3 liters up to 1.8 liters. Power ranged from 44kW (60PS) to 82kW (112PS) for the 8-valve engines and either 95kW (129PS) or 102kW (139PS) for the 16-valve engines. [17] VW Scirocco | Euro NCAP – For safer cars crash test safety rating". Euro NCAP . Retrieved 2011-04-08.

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