I'm not sure, but I don't think it's possible to tell what options are on a vehicle based solely on the VIN #.
I got this info from http://www.firehouse.com/extri....html
In North America, the 17-character VIN is divided into four sections:
The first three characters uniquely identify the manufacturer, make and type of vehicle (with the exception of manufacturers that produce fewer than 500 vehicles per year).
The second section consists of five characters (VIN positions four to eight) and identify the attributes of the vehicle. For each type of vehicle (passenger cars, MPVs, trucks, buses, trailers, motorcycles or incomplete vehicles other than trailers), different information is reported.
The third section of the VIN consists of one character which is the "check" digit, a security feature of this numbering system. This character can be numeric or the letter X.
The fourth section consists of eight characters, positions 10-17 of the VIN. The first character, position number 10, represents the vehicle model year. Position 11 represents the plant of manufacture. Positions 12 through 17 form a sequential production number.
From this, to me it appears that the VIN # would only tell you that it's an EOS and when and where it was manufactured.