2015 Volkswagen GTI
The 2015 Volkswagen GTI is completely redesigned looks to continue his tradition of front-drive performance and driving pleasure. The latest in a long line of hot hatches, the 2015 Volkswagen GTI marks the debut of the brand spanking Seven (MKVII) GTI, the seventh iteration since the debut of the GTI many years. It was redesigned in tandem with the domestic model based on the Golf. The 2015 Volkswagen GTI changes include a new engine, several other mechanical adjustments style welcome and updated inside and out.
The 2015 Volkswagen GTI is a bit difficult to choose the exact differences between it and the previous generation car. The Volkswagen GTI shape and proportions are essentially unchanged, but the new car is to slightly longer and wider than its predecessor once. At launch, will be offered only in four-door models of the 2015 Volkswagen GTI, but has promised that the two doors make a comeback later in the model year. Most cosmetic changes are in the front, where a thinner grille, more angular headlamps, fog lamps and standard LED housed in elegant holes in the front fascia exacerbate the 2015 Volkswagen GTI style. The alloy wheels of 18 inches have also been redesigned.
2015 Volkswagen GTI Interior
The slightly larger dimensions of 2015 Volkswagen GTI result in a slight increase in the space of the cabin all to be especially welcome for passengers in the rear seats. It’s still not ideal to fill a long road trip car, but for short walks that performs quite well. By 2015, the center console has become a bit so that now faces the driver for easier access to the climate controls access and the new standard 5.8-inch touch screen that controls and audio systems information and entertainment. Volkswagen has been quietly inside tamp quality in recent years in an effort to make their cars more affordable, but thankfully that has not happened with the GTI. There is still a great fit and finish materials, high quality, and while it’s not quite a luxury interior quality remains a comfortable well equipped cabin. And luckily, plaid seats are still available.
2015 Volkswagen GTI Engine
Under the hood, the new engine maintains the same displacement as the old engine, but adds both power and torque compared to last year. The turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder makes 258 pounds-feet of 210 horsepower and torque, good for an increase of 51 foot-pounds of 10 horsepower and torque. Couple power gains with a weight loss of 82 pounds by weight loss in the engine and chassis, and the new one is more efficient and faster, a powerful combination. Fuel economy figures increased 25/34 mpg city / highway and are identical whether you opt for the six-speed manual or automatic transmission with six gears.
2015 Volkswagen GTI Safety
Adding to the good news, the 2015 Volkswagen GTI received a Top Safety Pick + award for his performance in IIHS crash tests. The usual standard safety features are all there including six airbags, the electronic stability control and antilock brakes. The newly standard for the year 2015 is a system of post-collision automatic braking, the 2015 Volkswagen GTI brakes are automatically applied if the airbags are deployed to reduce the possibility of a secondary collision.