2018-2019 Volkswagen proves that a car with a sporty character can be economical. The diesel model of the seventh generation Golf GTD shown within 63 Geneva Motor Show, as well as gasoline modification of the GTI , surpassed its predecessor in power indicator. The first hatchback VW Golf GTD appeared back in 1982 and created a furore in the segment of compact passenger cars with diesel engines.
The new Golf GTD has become the most powerful diesel in the history of the Golf model. 4-cylinder engine working volume of 2 liters develops power 184 horsepower and a torque of 380 Nm, which is already available from 1750 rpm. According to the manufacturer, a hatchback and a half takes 7 seconds to accelerate to a hundred kilometers per hour, and the maximum speed of the German car is 230 kilometers per hour.
The new Golf will be pleased not only to travel around the city, but also to make efficient travel over long distances. 2018-2019 Volkswagen Golf GTD in the version with 6-speed manual transmission consumes just 4.2 liters of diesel per 100 kilometers. In versions with 6-speed automatic DSG figure equals the combined consumption of 4.7 l / 100 km. The magnitude of emissions diesel meets demanding environmental standard Euro-6.
Hatchback with a powerful diesel engine available in versions with three or five doors. Externally, the new 2018-2019 Volkswagen Golf GTD is similar to the version of the GTI and is also offered with three body color options (black, white, Pure White, and Red Tornado Red). The car has a sport suspension, 17-inch alloy wheels with tires 225 / 45R17, spoiler, dual chrome exhaust pipes and LED tail lights with a slightly darkened glasses.
Inside, 2018-2019 Volkswagen Golf GTD have a sport steering wheel and seats with plaid upholstery Clark, stainless steel pedals, climate control and multimedia system Composition Touch. The hatchback has a steering system with adjustable force, as well as front and rear parking radar.
New 2018-2019 Volkswagen Golf GTD is in Germany from 29,350 euros, which is a thousand euros more expensive version of the GTI charged with a gasoline engine.