Volkswagen Golf GTI by CFC and MK

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Neuss-based CFC Styling Station and MK-Sound Style have joined forces to display their wares for the latest Volkswagen Golf GTI.

Visually the GTI receives a Kerscher carbon fibre lip and 25 mm wider replacement fenders, with the carbon fibre sill trims, mirror casings, engine cover and diffuser provided by Black-Gold-Design. The bodyshell is covered in a matte grey wrap with a carbon-look roof section, while Marmite ‘Sticker Bombing’ adorns the GTI badge, front fascia and a single fender.

Performance upgrades include a reworked brain, which sees output rise from 155 kW (208 hp) and 280 Nm up to 201 kW (270 hp) and 400 Nm, and an exhaust system with R style tailpipes. The brakes now use larger four-piston calipers and grooved discs attached to aluminium bells. These hide behind two different wheels designs: the pink ASA GT1 and red ASA GT3, both sized 8.5 x 19 inches and wrapped in Hankook EvoS1 225/35R tyres.

The conversion will set you back € 12,900, or € 22,900 if you require the sound system, which comprises of a Pioneer head unit, Mosconi amplifiers, dynamics by Rainbow, Jehnert Doorboards and AIV-cable.




[Source: CFC]

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