The proud owners of a VW T6 2017 Sportline Kombi, the Griffiths’ wanted to upgrade their vehicle both internally and externally just to tweak the van to suit their personal preferences.
Optioning for NWCC’s interior lining conversion it not only enhances the aesthetic appearance of the interior of the vehicle, it has a specific purpose. Insulating and lining the vehicle will not only keep the cold out but also keep the heat in. Secret Fixing clips are used throughout the lining process for a factory finished appearance.
Upgrading to include an Alcantara headline re-trim is popular in house here at NWCC. The Griffith’s further choose to Alcantra upgrade the custom moulded A -Pillars, B – Pillars and the sun visors. This all completes the interior lining conversion perfectly.
Enhancing the performance and appearance of the original Sportline was something that was important to the Griffith’s, they opted for the Sportline initially over a standard Higline because they only wanted make slight tweaks to a specification that they already loved.
Many believe that their vehicle is an extension of themselves often purchasing a vehicle to reflect their style. The most prominent seen both internally and externally as well as the most frequently used element of a vehicle is the steering wheel; The Griffiths opted to upgrade to the MK7 GTI / R ‘FLAT BOTTOM’ Multifunction Steering Wheel. Many people choose to exchange their factory installed steering wheel with one based on their needs and personal taste. Upgrading to suit either the driving style, interior upholstery choice or colour theme.
The original exterior of the VW T6 Sportline already gives the vehicle road presence, however it is further improved with the addition of Bilstein B14 Coilers, BBS 20″ XA Split-Spoke (Matt Platinum) alloy wheels, combined with NWCC’s R8 brake upgrade. This includes Brembo 8pot callipers, two piece AP racing brake discs combined with EBC Yellow stuff pads, custom calliper mounts as well as replacement brake lines.