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VW CC: Spot the Differences

Volkswagen will be introducing its R-Line version of its four-door coupe-like sedan tomorrow in Leipzig at the Auto Mobil International show, and looking at the exterior photo of the vehicle, it got us to thinking about the “Spot the differences” feature that appeared in Highlights for Children back in our youth.
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Volkswagen will be introducing its R-Line version of its four-door coupe-like sedan tomorrow in Leipzig at the Auto Mobil International show, and looking at the exterior photo of the vehicle, it got us to thinking about the “Spot the differences” feature that appeared in Highlights for Children back in our youth.

Here is a picture of the standard CC:

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Here is a picture of the R-Line upgrade:

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Can you spot the differences?

[Answer: There is a different front bumper design on the R-Line with a larger lower air intake. The foglights are different. There is an R-Line logo on the grille. There are side skirts.

[There are other things that you can’t see, like the shaded taillights. The stainless steel scuff plates. And an array of interior amenities. Still, it seems to us that regardless of what trim level it is, this is quite visibly a handsome sedan.]

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