Volkswagen Allstar Special Editions - The "Soccer" TeamVolkswagen has just released a very cool new range of special editions called Allstar. It is inspired by football and comes to celebrate the 2016 UEFA European Championship. Unfortunately, the cars were introduced to Germany only, despite that the beautiful images show a photo-session in Paris. And there are still no details, whether these cars will be offered in other European countries. Nevertheless, I'm sure that soccer fans will enjoy the efforts of Volkswagen. Here are the details.

Just like a real football team, there are exactly eleven model variants included in the Allstar editions lineup. These include the following (in alphabetical order): Beetle, Beetle Cabriolet, Golf, Golf Sportsvan, Golf Variant, Golf Cabriolet, Jetta, Polo, Scirocco and Sharan. All of them will carry a special "Allstar" badge on their B-pillars, which will signify that they differentiate from the others.

SEE ALSO: Golf GTI Cabriolet and the Fairytale of a Completely Unnecessary Facelift 

Volkswagen Allstar Golf

The additional details on these special editions include several styling changes as well as some aided interior comfortability. On the outside the cars received fog lights and "Linas"-style alloy wheels. We have already mentioned the Allstar badging on the B-pillars…

The interior has been made a little bit better thanks to the "Allstar" door sill plates and a Climatronic climate control system. Due to the added winter package, the cars also get heated front seats and windshield as well as headlight cleaning system. On the optional side, there is the Allstar Plus package that will further spoil the senses of the driver and the occupants.

Which is your Allstar player?

Volkswagen Allstar Special Editions (2016) - picture 1 of 5
Volkswagen Allstar Special Editions (2016) - picture 2 of 5
Volkswagen Allstar Special Editions (2016) - picture 3 of 5
Volkswagen Allstar Special Editions (2016) - picture 4 of 5
Volkswagen Allstar Special Editions (2016) - picture 5 of 5

Source: Volkswagen via Facebook