Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35 coupe hatchback has been one of our favorite subjects on our discussion. We have been bringing you so many reports on Golf GIT related events, and you think it’s the car’s birthday or something. Just one more and we think we’re done for today.
This last one (we hope) only discuss those Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35 coupe hatchback fans which reside in America, as Volkswagen is reportedly bringing the vehicle on the US, because what celebratory part would be complete without hotdogs and corndogs.
In a strange turn of events, local newspaper reported that the Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35 coupe hatchback will actually be knowing as the 30 Edition, as the model is celebrating that many years of existence in the new world; plus it has a nice well-rounded sound to it. It means that the Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35 coupe hatchback badging on the door sills, seats, and fenders will probably need to go, but we don’t expect that will be an obstacle.
If that is the circumstances, the American buyers of Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35 coupe hatchback will get the chance to taste the 235 horsepower engine which VW brags is a detuned version of the one in “R” and has 25 more horsepower than the regular hothatch. Scratch that, it has 35 more, as the US version of the Mk 6 GTI has 200 ponies under its hood.
You probably already know that the special edition of the Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35 coupe hatchback differentiates itself from the standard version through a set of visual upgrades, including revised front and rear bumpers, smoky light lenses, LED daytime running lights, LED taillights, glossy black plastic grille and side mirror trim and new alloy wheels.
Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35 coupe hatchback has the “35” pattern which is also on the door sills, the head rests and the center of the seats. Speaking of the seats on the Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35 coupe hatchback, there is sport fabric upholstery which has a honeycomb-like pattern instead of the standard model’s tartan theme.