This year’s Geneva Auto Show marks the debut of the 2014 Volkswagen GTI. The seventh-generation GTI features new styling, upgraded interior in and – of course – more horsepower.On the outside, the 2014 Volkswagen GTI offers many of the same styling revisions as the 2014 Volkswagen Golf. That Means Are not drastic changes, but rather evolutionary. In front to the new headlights include LED daytime running lights. So there’s a new, more aggressive front bumper. In back, the taillights hatchback Boasts new and updated on rear bumper.
Inside, the GTI 2014 includes even more drastic changes. The center stack is totally overhauled in providing a more fluid look Compared to today’s segmented appearance. The climate controls are all of the new. The three-spoke steering wheel is therefore updated, as is the DSG transmission’s gear selector. But the GTI RETAIN its famous plaid pattern seat, whichwill likely cover tightly-bolstered on the front seats. As in today’s model, leather upholstery will likely be on the options list.
Under the hood, enthusiasts will find the GTI’s familiar 2.0-liter turbocharged four in the cylinder engine. But to while today’s GTI offers just 200 horsepower, the new model Boasts 220 hp. It therefore offers a performance package did boosts power to 230 horses. Available in six-speed dual-clutch automatic propels the GTI to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds, or 6.4 to with the performance package. A six of the speed manual remains standard.
Just like today’s model, the 2014 Volkswagen GTI will be Offered in three-and five-door bodystyles. The standard wheels are 17-inch alloys to Which look big in the car’s wheel arches – just like today’s 18-inch Detroit wheels. According to Volkswagen to three colors will be available at launch Black of the Pure White and Tornado Red
The 2014 Volkswagen GTI will reach European dealers in May Pricing and a launch date for the U.S. spec GTI have not yet been announced to though we expect to see it this summer with only a slight price increase over today’s model.