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Volkswagen Corrado

Volkswagen Corrado

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Personalise your mats with our embroidered names and logos, making your car mats distinctively yours. Delve deeper into our Volkswagen Corrado section to uncover the rich history, iconic design, and the range of models and engines. You'll also gain insight into its manufacturing and sales statistics, and performance stats, allowing you to fully appreciate this remarkable car.

Volkswagen Corrado: A Blend of Style and Performance

The Volkswagen Corrado is an often-underestimated gem in the lineage of Volkswagen vehicles. Despite its discontinuation in the late '90s, the Corrado has managed to retain a dedicated fan base, thanks to its unique blend of style and performance.

A Historic Journey

The Corrado was Volkswagen's answer to the sports coupe market of the late '80s and '90s. Launched in 1988 as a successor to the Scirocco, the Corrado was designed to be a step above in terms of luxury and performance. Developed by Volkswagen's own team, as opposed to the Scirocco, which was penned by Giugiaro, the Corrado showcased what VW was capable of when they put their minds to it.

Design: Sleek and Aerodynamic

From a design perspective, the Corrado stood out in its era. Its sleek, aerodynamic shape was balanced by aggressive detailing, hinting at the car's performance underpinnings. The car's silhouette was unique, featuring a rounded nose and a distinct kammback tail, which included a rear spoiler that would automatically raise at speed, a feature that was quite advanced for its time.

Models and Engines

Over its production run, the Corrado was offered with a range of engines, each with its own charm. The 1.8-litre inline-four was the entry-level offering, providing a decent balance of performance and economy. But the real stars of the lineup were the VR6 models. These offered a 2.8 or later 2.9-litre narrow-angle V6, which provided the Corrado with performance that could rival many of the pure sports cars of its era.

Manufacturing and Sales Stats

The Corrado was never intended to be a mass-market vehicle. Instead, it was a niche model, aimed at those who wanted a Volkswagen with a bit of extra punch. As such, sales were never sky-high, but the Corrado found a dedicated following. In its 7 years of production, Volkswagen manufactured approximately 97,000 Corrados.

Performance Stats

When it comes to performance, the Corrado was no slouch. The VR6 models, in particular, were capable of 0-60mph times in the low 7-second range, with top speeds of over 140mph. Despite its performance potential, the Corrado also offered the practicality of a hatchback, making it a unique

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