Volkswagen has revealed the Golf GTI Oettinger Edition at the 6th Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS). It is the brand’s new variant to their multi-awarded hatchback.
The first thing you’ll notice about the Golf GTI Oettinger Edition is its matte black color that exhumes a sporty aura. This is then further accentuated with red trims all over the accessories that has been added to the German brand’s best-selling hatchback.
It includes a front spoiler and splitter, side skirts, 4-pipe rear skirt insert with diffuser, roof spoiler, and a 4-pipe rear muffler. These accessories are all designed and manufactured by Oettinger Sportsystems, a German company that specializes in sporty accessories and engine design.
Moreover, the Golf GTI Oettinger Edition is equipped with 19-inch wheels. The size and color of these rims complements its active styling, a perfect match to the performance that this hatchback can offer.
Speaking of that, the engine inside the bonnet is still the same – the 2.0L TSI power plant that can generate up to 220 hp and 350 Nm of torque. This is then mated to the 6-speed DSG transmission and matched to sports-tuned suspension.
The interior of the Golf GTI Oettinger Edition remains the same, along with its standard high-tech features like parking sensors, keyless entry, push start ignition, dual zone air conditioning, and a Composition Media 5.8-inch touchscreen with mobile phone interface.
The Volkswagen Golf GTI Oettinger Edition sells at P2,918,511.16, which is P628,511.16 more than the regular Golf GTI.
For more information about the Golf GTI, visit the AutoDeal Car Guide.
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