VW Golf GTI Dark

VW Golf GTI Dark

Audi and 2018-2019 Volkswagen fans can not help but be aware of studio ABT Sportsline, which is engaged in finalizing the cars of these brands. The company has prepared the exhibition in Essen Motor Show a couple of new projects. Experts are ready to present the charged hatchback Golf GTI Dark Edition and Polo R WRC, endowed with a number of differences from those offered by a manufacturer. Cars have become much stronger and more attractive in appearance.

ABT Polo R WRC has received 18-inch alloys wheels DR series instead of the regular 16-inch and 2-liter hatchback engine develops power of 290 horsepower instead of 220 in a factory modification.

More interesting looks Golf VII GTI Dark Edition. Going to the dark side of the force went to the benefit of the car. Golf has black contrasting red accents on the grille, front bumper splitter, sills, diffuser and rear doors. Headlights and taillights have been slightly darkened. Hatchback shod in black alloy wheels twentieth the size of a twin-spoke design and a red rim. The dimension of the sports low profile tires mounted on them is 235 / 30R20.

For increased power hints exhaust system with four tailpipes, decorated with black chrome. Turbo engine capacity of 2 liters after completion ABT generates 300 horsepower instead of 230 as before. The increase has improved driving dynamics. From zero to 100 kilometers per hour “dark” Golf is accelerated for 5.8 seconds ahead of the race in a kind of a standard VW Golf VII GTI Performance 0.6 seconds.

Also, the company ABT Sportsline at the Essen Motor Show, which is considered the European counterpart of the North American tuning the SEMA Show, Coupe demonstrates Audi RS5-R with black-and-red body and forced up to 470 horsepower V-shaped atmospheric Eight volume of 4.2 liters. Fast car, already managed to debut in Geneva in the spring, is able to reach speeds of 100 kilometers per hour in 4.3 seconds and accelerate to 303 km / h.

Picture VW Golf GTI Dark Edition ABT

Picture VW Polo R WRC ABT