In the summer of 1976, Volkswagen launched the then-brand-new Golf GTI. Although initially scheduled to produce 5,000 units, the German-made hatchback quickly became the world’s most successful compact sports car ever. -Since the summer of 76, More than 2,300,000 people have left the factory. 2021 is the fourth and a half anniversary of the GTI specification. Volkswagen chose to commemorate this event with a special, limited edition, track-focused model, which is called Golf GTI Clubsport 45.
In addition to having a seven-speed dual-clutch “DSG” gearbox, electromechanical front axle locking differential control, and a racing package as standard fares, the new GTI Clubsport electronic governor has been abandoned, allowing the car to reach a speed of approximately 170 miles per hour. hour. The exterior of the car is equipped with limited-edition gray paint, with a black roof and spoiler, IQ.Light LED matrix headlights with red trim strips, and bright black 19-inch Scottsdale alloy wheels with red trim, The interior uses GTI and 45-inch brand trademarks, sports seats, and a multifunctional flat-bottom steering wheel. The price of Volkswagen is approximately US$57,720 and will begin accepting orders for the 2021 Golf GTI Clubsport 45 on March 1, 2021. Click here for more details.