VW Golf 7 GTI
Although it is planned that the VW Golf 7 GTI goes on sale on the autumn of 2013, however we have since this spring will be able to see this powerful car at dealerships. Golf 7 GTI has as expected, more aggressive look that is reflected primarily in the front bumper and grille with its characteristic mesh honeycomb. There is also the inevitable red trim typical of the GTI models.
VW Golf 7 GTI engine specs
Under the hood of this model is the 2.0 turbocharged-petrol engine with 220 hp in the standard version, with 230 hp in the GTI Performance variant. This is the first time the Golf GTI offered in two versions, and both will have a torque of 350 Nm. Conditionally speaking “Weaker” GTI from 0 to 100 km / h (62 mph), accelerates in 6.5 seconds, and its top speed is 246 km / h (153 mph), while the performance model, speeds up to 100 km / h in 6.4 seconds, and its maximum speed is 250 km / h (155 mph).
Both versions feature a 6-speed manual transmission as standard, and optionally can get a 6-speed DSG dual-clutch automatic. Models with manual transmission have a factory official fuel consumption of 6.0 liters (39,2 mpg), while automatics are spending 6.4 per 100 kilometers (36,75 mpg).
VW Golf 7 GTI release date and price
Golf 7 GTI comes with 17 and 18 inch alloy wheels and tires with 225/45 and has a lowered suspension. Inside has got sports seats, steering wheel and pedals. At the rear of the car stand out LED taillights, dual chrome exhaust and diffuser on the bumper. Furthermore, the latest Golf GTI is lowered compared to the standard version for 15 mm.
Sales of this cars in Germany has started immediately after its debut in Geneva, and prices start from 28,350 euros. In other European markets will be available from May, while in the U.S. market is expected in 2014.
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