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The Volkswagen Scirocco, in the UK at least, is getting a refreshing splash to the exterior as well as the interior.

All models in the range now comes with RNS 315 touch screen sat-nav, multi-function steering wheel and 17” ‘Long Beach’ alloys while the Adaptive Chassis Control (ACC) now becomes optional. The entry-level ‘Roc, which enjoys the upgrades, also will have its price cut between £420 and £600, depending on the engine.

The Scirocco in GT trim will be decked out Nappa leather upholstery and heated front seats. Now standard with the GT trim are the ACC, 2-zone climate control, front fog lights, heat-insulating tinted glass from the B-pillars back and 18” ‘Interlagos’ alloy wheels.

A step up from the GT is the R Line, which gets a new bodykit and 19” ‘Lugano’ alloys. Inside, the car comes with Nappa leather R Line sport seats and chrome pedal covers.

There are no changes to the engine and transmission. But hey, if it isn’t broken, why fix it?