The special edition Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35 has gone on sale today, offering improvements on specifications and appearance.
The Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35, which debuted in June 2011 at the GTI enthusiasts' meeting on the shores of Lake Worthersee in Austria, boasts a 1,984 cc four cylinder 2.0 litre turbocharged engine which develops 235PS (25 higher than the standard GTI) at 5,500rpm and 300Nm of torque at 2,200rpm. The Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35 is front engined and front wheel drive. 0-62mph is achieved in 6.6 seconds with a top speed of 153mph which returning 34.9mpg on the combined cycle and emits 189g/km CO2.
The exterior features a more sporty bodykit featuring new side skirts and revised front bumper, alongside bi-xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights. The Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35 also features unique lightweight 18 inch 'Watkins Glen' allow wheels available in either Dark steel or silver. An Edition 35 badge features on the front wing. Other features include black door mirror casings, rear windows with 90 per cent tinted glass and rear tinted LED lights.
On the inside, '35' signatures feature on the head restraints of the Vienna leather front sports seats, which also offer heat, as well as door sills and floor mates. The seatbelt features a red stripe and the GTI 'golf ball' gearknob is also included with both the manual and DSG transmissions.
The Volkswagen Golf GTI edition 35 has a starting price of £27,525 for the manual three door model. The DSG gearbox is available for an added price of £1,295 and five doors adds £585.
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