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MR Car Design Volkswagen Scirocco Black Rocco with 370hp

Submitted by on November 5, 2009 – 12:05 amOne Comment

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The tuners at MR Car Design have just launched their special tuned edition of the new VW Scirocco.

The MR Car Design Volkswagen Scirocco Black Rocco comes with a rather serious power upgrade to 370 hp and 519 Nm of torque. The official press release does not mention this, but we believe the MR Car Design Volkswagen Scirocco Black Rocco is based on the 2.0 TSI version of the German car.

To get the extra juice out of the 2.0 liter engine, the Black Rocco has received an ECU upgrade, a MR Car Design Stage 3 turbo kit and a new custom exhaust system. Everyone knows that more than 300 hp on the front wheels spells trouble, so the tuner has fitted the MR Car Design Volkswagen Scirocco Black Rocco with a 35% fins limited slip differential and a modified DSG software.

To keep the car safe, the developers gave the MR Car Design Volkswagen Scirocco Black Rocco a Stoptech high performance brake system with the Stahlbus bleeding valve and KW V3-coilovers.

The car also comes with a new body kit from Rieger which includes a new front apron, side skirts and rear valance accretion with diffuser optics. The MR Car Design Volkswagen Scirocco Black Rocco sits on 20 inch 1-part Emotion Wheels aluminum rims with Hankook tires.
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MR Car Design via: Zercustoms

One Comment »

  • CarZ says:

    I’m not digging the look of this car. The side view particularly is just not doing it. Being that it’s a VW product and the germans don’t make bad cars, I’m sure it’s worth its weight in gold.

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