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The Eos is a clever little combo: Its folding hardtop makes it a closed coupe, an open-air convertible, and the roof has a sliding sunroof, too. While the roof is an engineering marvel, it also makes the Eos costlier and heftier than a base Beetle ragtop. The Eos has one powertrain: a 200-hp 2.0-liter turbo-four with a six-speed DSG automatic and front-wheel drive. Like what you see? Act now; production ended in November 2015; when those are sold, that will be the end of the Eos.
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