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Volkswagen will bring to Geneva sports wagon with diesel Golf GTD

Volkswagen will bring to Geneva sports wagon with diesel Golf GTD

Volkswagen will bring to Geneva sports wagon with diesel Golf GTD

The car is equipped with a two-liter diesel TDI, the return is equal to 184 hp Power and thrust 380 Nm (in the range from 1750 to 3250 rev / min.). The car is equipped with a two-liter diesel TDI, the return is equal to 184 hp Power and thrust 380 Nm (in the range from 1750 to 3250 rev / min.).

Volkswagen presented at the March Geneva Motor Show a new modification of the sports diesel Golf GTD with a body “versatile”.

The car is equipped with a two-liter diesel TDI, the return is equal to 184 hp Power and thrust 380 Nm (in the range from 1750 to 3250 rev / min.). Golf GTD Variant can accelerate to “hundreds” of 7.9 seconds – 0.4 seconds slower than a similar modification hatchback. For comparison, gasoline Golf GTI will spend on this achievement 6.5 seconds. Diesel fuel consumption trends will be 4.4 liters per 100 km compared to 4.2 liters in Hatch Golf GTD.

Other features sports wagon is a special aerodynamic body kit with new bumpers, tinted optics and door sills. Furthermore, Golf GTD Variant got 17-inch wheels with special design, black roof rails and a sports exhaust system with four chrome-tipped exhaust.

Volkswagen will bring to Geneva sports wagon with diesel Golf GTD

Default wagon is equipped with bi-xenon headlights, suspension reduced by 15 mm ground clearance and power steering with variable gear ratio.

The car also received a corporate golf sport interior lining with a cell, highlighting thresholds, multifunction steering wheel and selector gearbox in the form of a golf ball.

Golf GTD Variant is already available in Germany at a price of 31,975 euros (about 2,438,500 rubles at the current rate). For an extra 965 euros (73 500 rubles) available set of options, including 18-inch alloy wheels, tinted glass, painted red brake calipers and the ability to select the drive.

Earlier, Volkswagen released a wagon based on the most powerful Golf R line with a 300-horsepower engine.

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