2013 Volkswagen CC features modified radiator grille, new bi-xenon headlights and topped with a reprofiled bonnet. The bumper is different, too, with a new extra air intake, and silver-coloured winglets that frame the fog lights.
The price of every CC model in the range is now at least £470 lower than last year, meaning you can get behind the wheel of a CC from just £24,050.
The best-selling model – CC GT 2.0-litre TDI 140HP with either manual or automatic DSG gearbox will now get even better value for money, too. The price is wn by a total of £1,320, thanks to the removal of ACC (Adaptive Chassis Control), which now becomes a £850 option.
ACC remains standard on the CC GT 2.0-litre TDI 170HP and CC GT 2.0-litre TSI 210HP, and is optional on all other models.
The engine range includes 1.8 liter TSI with 160HP and 2.0 litre TSI with 210HP. The diesel range includes 2.0 liter engine with either 140HP or 170HP. All models with 170HP or more also now get a standard XDS differential, an electronic cross-axle traction control system for improved traction and handling.