Geneva Motor Show this year marks the beginning of the 2014 Volkswagen GTI. The seventh generation of the GTI has a new design, enhanced interior, and – of course – more power. Outside, the 2014 Volkswagen GTI offers many of the same styling revisions as the Volkswagen Golf in 2014. This means that the changes are not dramatic, but evolutionarily. Front, the new headlamps, LED daytime running lights. There is also a more aggressive front bumper. On the back of the tailgate has new taillights and a rear bumper to-date.
Inside, the GTI 2014 even more radical changes. The center console has been completely redesigned, with a liquid compared to the segmented appearance today. Climate controls are completely new. The three-spoke steering wheel is also updates the DSG transmission selector lever. But the GTI model retains its famous checkered seat, probably heavily reinforced front seat cover. As in the current model, the leather is probably on the list of options.
Under the hood, the fans will find familiar four-cylinder 2.0-liter turbo GTI. But while the GTI now offers 200 hp, the new model has 220 hp. It also offers a performance package that increases power to 230 hp. A six-speed dual-clutch transmission available automatically drives the GTI to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds and 6.4 with the Performance Package. A six-speed manual transmission is standard.
Like the current model, 2014 Volkswagen GTI in three body styles and five doors The standard wheels are 17- inch alloy wheels that look great on the car wheel arches – such as 18- inch wheels now “Detroit”. According to Volkswagen, three colors are available at launch Black, Pure White and Red Tornado. 2014 Volkswagen GTI reach European showrooms in May. Price and release date for the U.S. spec GTI was not disclosed, but expect this summer with only a slight price increase over the current model.