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The smallest Volkswagen received a sportier version of the

Самый маленький Volkswagen получил спортивную версиюVolkswagen showed Up pre-production! GTI.

Volkswagen company showed “charged” version of its smallest model — compact Up!. Modification GTI got a 115-horsepower engine and lowered suspension.

VW said that while Up! GTI has the status of a prototype, but mass production and sales will begin in 2018. The novelty, the mass of which amounted to 997 pounds, is equipped with a liter turbo engine with three cylinders (230 Nm) and a six-speed manual transmission.

Acceleration from standstill to “hundreds” takes 8.8 seconds, top speed of almost 200 kilometers per hour. In a press release, the brand States that, dynamic characteristics of “hot” CD is superior to the Golf GTI of the first generation — 110-HP hot-hatch weighing 810 pounds gained 100 kilometers per hour in nine seconds and 182 km / h top speed.

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Other features Up! GTI has been modified with sports suspension settings and reduced by 15 mm ground clearance. However, the CD has received 17-inch wheels, more aggressive body kit, red brake calipers in the front and red stripes on the body (mixed with black bars on the sides).

The interior “charged” model is a wheel with a beveled lower end, and seats in the box (in the style of the Golf GTI) and a set of red accents.

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Wide audience, the novelty will present at the festival of VAG near the Austrian lake wörthersee.

Самый маленький Volkswagen получил спортивную версию
Самый маленький Volkswagen получил спортивную версию
Самый маленький Volkswagen получил спортивную версию

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