Wörthersee 2015 starts strong for Volkswagen . During the festival we attended GTI surprises such as GTE Sport Golf and other projects expected as this Volkswagen Golf GTI Dark Shine . A month that we announced that 13 trainees were preparing something special for this event a few days ago and lines of this special compact was kept awake ago.
Well, finally this is the final appearance having the Golf GTI by Volkswagen apprentices. It stresses that its body is painted in two colors taking Daytona Grey Metallic at the front and Yellow-R pearl effect for the rear and some details like brake calipers, forming a striking contrast.
Inside this pattern is repeated. Highlights its Recaro seats upholstered in leather and Alcantara with gray exterior color on the sides, combined with parts in black in the central part and the seams in this special yellow. That color is repeated in the GTI logos headboards and other interior details. The steering wheel is coated black Alcantara and seams are also yellow.
One of the details that reveal that this is a special model and a unique creation, is the stereo have mounted GTI Dark Shine. In the trunk they appear no less than three subwoofer complemented by eight speakers scattered inside to get a sound power 3,500 watts which is controlled through a tablet.
Under the hood is the engine 2.0 TSI Golf GTI, but this time has been fitted a new intercooler, stainless steel exhaust, recalibrated ECU and used carbon fiber for admission air. The result is an increase in power up to horses 395 and 487 Nm of torque . Besides riding the automatic gearbox DSG dual clutch.
The Dark Shine Volkswagen Golf GTI is the result of the work of 13 apprentices who have taken a Golf GTI Performance based. After nine months of development This is the end product, the eighth GTI created by students reaching 2015 Wörthersee pleasantly surprising the followers of the German mark and the world of the engine.
Source – Volkswagen
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