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EXCLUSIVE FIRST TIME SPY PHOTOS:
Volkswagen Passat CC Luxury Car

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TACH AUTO CENTRAL – December 14, 2007: After waiting for several freezing hours at a remote northern Finland location, intrepid spy-photog Robert Andre Sandseth captured these latest pictures of the new Passat CC “4-Door Coupe.”

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Shown alongside a Mercedes-Benz CLS, the VW vehicle was undergoing cold weather testing when the un-camouflaged shots were taken. It is believed that these are the first un-cloaked pics to be published.

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Previous reports indicate that the CC was designed, in part, to replace the failed Phaeton as an up-market VW alternative, and to compete in the CLS segment. Earlier this month, Volkswagen confirmed the intended production of this car with the introduction of a mini teaser-website within the overall VW German website that reveals various close-up scenes.

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It is rumored that the CC will have up to 5 different engine options, including gasoline and diesel, and that the vehicle’s dimensions are a 106-inch wheelbase and about 190-inches in length.

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It’s expected that VW will debut the CC at the Geneva Motor Show this coming March. Since The Auto Channel will have a few people at the Geneva show this year,
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we'll be providing our usual comprehensive Press Pass Coverage video of the launch.




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