Volkswagen launched the Golf Cabriolet Karmann special edition in Germany at a starting price tag of €27,275 ($37,255). The Golf Cabriolet Karmann edition is rolled out to pay tribute to the coach-building company called “Karmann” which VW bought in 2009.
On cosmetic front, Golf Cabriolet Karmann edition features Karmann logo on the front fenders; the other tidbits that concludes exclusivity of Karmann are named as 17” Porto wheels, chrome encircled front fog lamps and chrome surrounds on the upper and lower grille. Apart from all, grayish brushed aluminum door sill plates are also encrypted with ‘Karmann’.
Moving inside, interiors dwells black Alcantara on the major portion of seats, while lateral part of seats are covered with the “Catch Up” fabric in “Sioux” shade. The chrome strip is found running across cockpit; leather-draped steering wheel, gear knob and handbrake lever with gray stitching was found tantalizing the contours that were left unfulfilled in the conventional Golf Cabriolet.
Just to make a confirmation, Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet Karmann edition remains the same under hoods. Offered with options of petrol as well diesel engines, the Golf Cabriolet pumps out power ranging in between 105PS and 160PS; the 105PS 1.2-liter TSI (petrol) engine kicks start the range of Golf Cabriolet in Germany.