The Final Edition image here replaces the Sport model in the three-trim lineup of the vehicle, which got slotted between the Komfort and the Executive. Despite the fact that it is dying an untimely death, the model in question is a smart and competent convertible.
As per the German automaker, the less expensive Beetle Convertible with many features is expected to carry the roles of the Eos. Though the Eos is pleasant and good enough as a car, but still lacks on many sides, especially mileage, which is why the German carmaker Volkswagen plans to discontinue it.
With a 2.0L I4 Turbo engine with a power of 200 HP and 207 LB-FT, the Eos presents 6-Speed DCT transmission. The Eos covers 0-60 in 7.0 seconds with a drivetrain of front-wheel drive. The car has a seating capacity of 4 people with 2 people in the front seat and 2 at the back. The base price of the Final Edition starts at $40,030.
The Eos was introduced in 2007 at a starting price of $28,810. At launch it presented 60 miles per hour in seven seconds. And the fact is, Eos still gives almost the same mileage of 0-60 time and gas, but the price has increased to $36,460, with the Final Edition price starting at $40,030. Maybe this is one of the reasons why Eos is getting decommissioned.