Guide to VW Golf Tuning

The VW Golf is a compact family car in production since 1974. It is one of the most successful cars made by Volkswagen. It is marketed worldwide with various names and configuration like VW Caribe in Mexico and VW Rabbit in USA and Canada. It has been a real successor of VW Beetle. It was known as the third largest selling model of the world. The variants were mostly in 3 door hatch back and 5 door hatchback design.

Being the first GTI model of its own kind, this car was launched in Europe in 1983. Initially, it was manufactured in not a large quantity but within a short time of six months, its demand had grown. The specialty of this car is that it’s very faster and dynamic. Its engine pulls well with comparatively less body weight. After adding height performance Pirelli tires, it’s a brand new model to cheer. Over 18” titanium rims are fitted in the tires. The interior of the car is gives a light customized look with a leather sporting seat.

VW Golf

The engine has a power of 230 hp over old and original 112 hp. Furthermore, the 2000 VAG 1.8T engine is a delight for every tuning fan, can be pretty easily tweak pinched to push out a 300 BHP without any internal upgrading or strengthening. A power of 245kmph and acceleration of 100km/h in only 6.8 seconds is achieved. However it will take only 6.6 seconds if DTS clutch is used. Tire alteration is the main part when it comes to tuning. The new P-zero top performance tires are used in this model. There qualities are useful in comfort, handling and braking.

VW Golf Girls

The alloy rim has the tires which is 6*14”. The shell is painted with titanium and has five spokes which reminds of the original design. It is written over with the famous letter ‘P’. The bumpers are fully painted and side sills are in car’s paint. The black sills, front spoiler and bottom parts of the bumper were present in the original GTI. This model was particularly given the color of a sunflower which is bright yellow. If you see something bright yellow in the back mirror while driving, then it definitely the new VW Golf GTI Pirelli.

Looking at the interior is breathtaking. The sporting seat is perfectly a match with the Pirelli style. The back part and the surface side of the seats, armrests and headrests are covered with good quality leather and stitched in yellow. However, there is a little bit of weakness in the middle of the seats.

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