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The Volkswagen/Audi specialist B&B from Siegen Germany has the established a turbo program for the Volkswagen Eos.
The result is a breathtaking sports cabriolet which uses four different power levels (360, 400, 450 and 500 hp) to achieve values which actually are reserved to top-class sports cars.
The highest increment can be reached by the installation of new developed turbocharged intercooler, a changed cylinder head with a trimmed compression, special suction and airflow pipe, high powered injection element and a stronger fuel pump. In order to take the engine stable and suitable for daily use, the ledge, the gaskets and several built-in-parts are reinforced construction constituted. The oil temperature will be unexpanded by a special slim line oilcooler. To bleed of the emissions faster and dull sounding a racing exhaust system is used as well. The final tuning is the engine electronic, which harmonies to the whole changes.
The following performance values show the power of the 500 hp / 650 Nm version: 0 up to100 km/h in 4.2 seconds, 0 up to 200 km/h in 13.5 seconds, Vmax up to 308 km/h (depending on translation)
By the risen requirements a special six or eight bulb high end braking system is mounted as well as a height adjustable threaded chassis that higher the cars traction. This conveys the Volkswagen Eos driver a comforting feeling of security and a confident driving behaviour every time.
Exclusive tires in 18” and 19” as well as a custom-fit aerodynamic program of an original equipment manufacturer quality finish the appearance of the sport cabriolet.
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