The Eos Individual is based on the Sport trim and comes with a choice of 2.0-litre TDI 138bhp diesel, 2.0-litre T-FSI 198bhp and 3.2-litre V6 FSI 248bhp petrol engines. The six-speed DSG gearbox is fitted as standard on the V6 model and offered as an option on the 2.0-litre diesel and petrol engines.
Standard equipment includes sports suspension, 18-inch alloys, 2Zone electronic climate control, two-tone leather trim with heated front seats, piano black inserts and 18-inch alloy wheels are joined by unique ‘Individual’ sill plates. This is in addition to six airbags, ABS and ESP which also come as standard.
As with the standard vehicle, the Eos Individual is fitted with a five-piece glass and metal folding roof that stows into the boot in 25 seconds.
The new Eos Individual can be ordered from Volkswagen dealers now, with the first UK deliveries set to start in August. Prices start at £24,747 (RRP OTR) for the Eos Individual 2.0-litre TDI 138bhp, rising to £29,527 for the range-topping 3.2-litre V6 FSI 248bhp model fitted with a DSG gearbox.
Volkswagen Individual was founded in February 2003. Based in Wolfsburg, Individual is responsible for the styling and development of all ‘R’ variants including the forthcoming Passat R36 as well as special models such as the Touareg Altitude.