The cars will be used in a small race series within the countryEnlarge Photo
Painted in a brilliant pearlescent blue, dubbed Motorsport Blue, and inscribed with the Chinese characters for "Volkswagen Cars China", the racer looks the part of a modest-budget racer. The roof-mounted rear spoiler and aggressive lower-body aero kit look nice, but also intimate functionality. Gunmetal grey wheels finish off the race car look.
The precise technical details of the car haven't yet been revealed, but the car is expected to feature the same 200hp (149kW) 2.0L TSI engine found in the standard car, plus a six-speed variant of VW's dual-clutch DSG gearbox, reports SpeedHeads.
Inside, the car features a largely stripped interior, a race seat and safety features such as a roll bar and fire suppression system. While the car does in some respects resemble the GT24 racer from this year's 24-hour Nurburgring event, it is a wholly different car.
Together with the GT24 and the Scirocco R Study, the Cup car makes at least the third motorsport-focused Scirocco edition in recent months.