WOLFSBURG, Germany – No promises, but the Volkswagen Scirocco may make it to the U.S. after all. When it bowed earlier this year at the Geneva auto show, Volkswagen of America Inc. officials quickly put to rest any thought the hot little hatchback would be imported into the U.S. The problem? VWA believed the car was too close in performance to the Golf-based GTI, and selling two models with the same specs to the same type of buyer appeared a dicey prospect. But VWA officials are ...

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