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Volkswagen Scirocco

Volkswagen Scirocco is a 3-door hatchback of a "compact niche" (class "C" according to European criteria), which has a "2 + 2" seating formula. This is a more "sporty alternative" to the compact Volkswagen Golf. The car was originally created with an eye on the youth.


A total of 3 generations were released. The first appeared back in 1974, and the latest version delighted fans in 2008. Moreover, the Germans decided to update the car, so in 2015 they showed the world a restyled 3rd generation Volkswagen Scirocco.

I generation (1974-1981)

The three-door model of the first generation Volkswagen Scirocco was released in 1974 and was produced until 1981. It was fairly well distributed and appreciated by motorists. The model was built on the "trolley" Golf. The Germans decided to stop only on a single body.


Appearance I generation

The novelty had a good appearance for those times. The front part was distinguished by large round headlights located on a dark plastic grille. Under the protruding bumper there was a place for rectangular fog lamps.


The side part had a fairly conventional design. The ride height was 125 millimeters. The rear part received vertically oriented large lighting devices, between which a place for a license plate was installed. Under the rear bumper of the 1st generation Volkswagen Scirocco, an exhaust pipe is visible on the left.

Everything inside was also well done. The driver was met by a 3-spoke steering wheel, behind which the dashboard was hidden. The “tidy” itself had two large round sensors responsible for the speed mode (on the right) and the torque of the power unit (on the right). In the round tachometer sensor at the bottom there was a place for fuel level and engine temperature sensors.

Technical part of the 1st generation

The German company has provided a solid list of engines for this car. The three-door car received gasoline atmospheric 4-cylinder engines with a volume of 1.1 to 1.6 liters. They received carburetor injection, as well as an 8- or 16-valve gas distribution structure. As a result, they generated 50-100 horsepower (80-137 Nm). Together with the power plants on the front wheels, all the power was transmitted by a 4- or 5-speed manual or 3-band automatic transmission.

II generation (1981-1992)

The second family came out in 1981. The model was successful with a sporty exterior, a wide choice of gasoline-powered engines. In addition, the 2nd generation Volkswagen Scirocco had good driving characteristics.

Appearance II generation

The novelty had a new design. After 1984, the car was slightly updated. This concerned not only the visual nature, but also affected the technical part. In this form, the coupe was already produced until 1992. Then it was replaced by the Volkswagen Corrado, which has been produced since 1987. The mass of the car ranged from 950 to 970 kilograms. Instead of large round headlights, the Germans began to install rectangular headlights in front, two on each side. They were also separated by a small grille.

Specifications II generation

Many engines were provided for the second family of German coupes. So, the characteristics of the Volkswagen Sirocco could only boast of gasoline 4-cylinder naturally aspirated engines equipped with 8- and 16-valve gas distribution mechanism. They had a working volume of 1.3 to 1.8 liters, as well as carburetor or multi-point gasoline injection. This made it possible to generate from 60 to 139 horsepower (100-168 Nm).


The second family received the front-wheel drive structure of the VW Group A1, which involves the installation of independent suspension front and rear. The front part is equipped with McPherson struts, and the rear part is equipped with a multi-link design. All other technical characteristics of the Volkswagen Scirocco are similar to the previous family.

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