The first photo of the rear of the updated VW Golf GTI

The first photo of the rear of the updated VW Golf GTI


Thanks to this picture we can now look at the back part of the high-performance VW Golf GTI of the new generation.

One of the most important events 2020 for Volkswagen, of course, will be the emergence of the eighth generation of high-performance Golf GTI hatchback. Last week it was officially confirmed that the presentation of this car will take place at the Geneva motor show in March this year.

In social networks there appeared a photograph of the rear part of the long-awaited news Mk8.

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It seems that the rear of the car belongs more to the “hot” TCR Golf GTI, not a Golf GTI. Look at this chunky rear spoiler, which is mounted on the roof, the exterior to ensure the extremely high downforce the cars that develop tremendous speed on the race track.

The overall design of the new Golf GTI can be called evolutionary compared to the old Golf GTI the seventh generation. From the exterior news it is worth noting the dual exhaust pipes on the sides of the tiny diffuser, and a reduced ride height indicates that the car has a very stiff suspension. The words “Golf” remains hidden under the white film, which in turn is under the VW logo at the center back of the door. Traditional red logo “GTI” is heard. This is not surprising, since we are probably looking now at one of the prototypes, which may not contain all of the elements of the exterior, which will be on the production version of the model.


The standard Golf GTI will get a 2.0-liter turbo engine 232 HP, and a 6-speed “mechanics” or 7-speed “automatic”. More powerful Golf GTI TCR is said to be able to boast 286 HP, differential, limited slip, big tires, more powerful brakes and less suspension.

As you design the new Golf GTI?

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