Rory Stramer, also of FMS Automotive, says that this is “more of an aesthetic design makeover than a performance upgrade” because the team wanted “to keep it in the boundaries of something someone could feasibly achieve and ensure that someone who had the means and interest in achieving this vehicle could.”
Of course, just a full wrap and wheels are great starting points, but you need a little bit of an attitude adjustment to truly enhance the visual appeal of the car. Thus, it was lowered on a coilover suspension and saw the addition of custom front splitters, skirt extensions, and a spoiler. Obviously, this car will never make production as a complete offering but that’s not the point. Go out and buy your own Arteon and modify it the way you want – that’s what VW wants you to do.