Volkswagen Rock up! and Groove up!

Two new special-edition Volkswagen up! models have been announced

Volkswagen Rock up! and Groove up!

Volkswagen has announced two special edition up! models – the Groove up! and Rock up!, with both available to order now.

The Groove up! costs from £11,640 for the three-door model, and comes with a six-speaker Fender stereo and touchscreen sat-nav as standard. The interior features bespoke black seats with orange piping and leather trim on the steering wheel, gearstick and handbrake. A set of 16-inch alloy and some gloss black door mirrors complete the look.

The Rock up! is only available as a three-door and costs £12,980. It features a grey stripe running over the bonnet, roof and bootlid, complementing a new gloss black bodykit and rear spoiler. Inside, buyers are treated to heated seats, touchscreen sat-nav, air-con and a six-speaker stereo.

Both special editions are only available with a three-cylinder 1.0-litre 74bhp engine, paired up with a five-speed manual gearbox.

First deliveries of the Groove up! and Rock up! will be in July. 

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