This year’s SOWO: The European Experience kicks off this weekend and Volkswagen will use the event to showcase seven different concepts.
First up, the Golf Alltrack Combi concept has a green exterior and a front bumper sourced from the Golf GTE. The model has also been equipped with custom graphics, H&R lowering springs and a roof rack with a Thule cargo box.
The Golf GTI Rabbit Confetti concept goes in a different direction as it features a unique blue wrap with multi-colored bunnies. Designers also installed tinted windows, lowering springs and 19-inch Rotiform RSE wheels with custom aerodisk covers.
The third and final Golf is the Spektrum concept. Based on the 2019 Golf R, it features a Ginster Yellow exterior from the Spektrum program. The hot hatch also has black accents, lowering springs and 20-inch Vossen wheels.
Moving on, Volkswagen and Fifteen52 teamed up to produce the Jetta GLI Super Touring concept. It’s based on the Jetta GLI Autobahn and looks pretty sinister as it has an extended exhaust, a prominent rear spoiler and five-spoke wheels that are backed by a beefier braking system. Other highlights include tinted windows and K&W Variant 3 DDC coilovers.
On the crossover side, Volkswagen will showcase the Tiguan Adventure concept which was created in collaboration with H&R Springs. Since the model was designed for overlanding, it has been equipped with H&R Adventure Raising Springs and 18-inch Rotiform wheels that are wrapped in all-terrain tires. The crossover also has aluminum side steps, custom graphics and a Thule Hull-a-Port kayak carrier.
Besides the aforementioned concepts, Volkswagen will display the Arteon R-Line SEMA concept. The company will also be bringing the Atlas Basecamp concept which was unveiled at the New York Auto Show last month.