The biggest news for VW’s 2015 model year lineup in the United States is undoubtedly the introduction of the 7th-generation Golf and Golf GTI models. The midly refreshed Jetta also debuts as a 2015 model, as does the recently facelifted Touareg.
At the other end of the spectrum in terms of freshness, the VW Eos is entering its final year in the U.S., with the German carmaker offering it in a new “Final Edition” trim that replaces the previously offered “Sport” trim.
Based on the Sport, the Final Edition offers 18-inch Vicenza wheels, unique Cornsilk Beige and black two-tone Vienna leather seating surfaces, contrast stitching, silver net interior trim, a rearview camera and rain-sensing wipers.
In addition to the new Final Edition trim, the 2015 VW Eos coupe-convertible gets a new Flash Red body color available on Komfort and Executive trims, as well as a new Pure White exterior color available on all trims.
By Dan Mihalascu