Ultramodern Volkswagen Golf GTE concept imagines the car’s future

Ultramodern Volkswagen Golf GTE concept imagines the car’s future

0 comments 📅09 November 2016, 03:15

Ultramodern Volkswagen Golf GTE concept imagines the car’s approaching

The Golf is among Volkswagen’s best-loved models for its stylish performance, good looks and flexible inward. The GTE is the high-performance plug-in version and one that looks odds-on to grow in popularity as more motorists lash to the cleaner power source.

At the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Guide, Volkswagen showed off the Golf GTE Sport, a impudent-thinking take on the current-generation GTE. The 390bhp concept car features boundless chrome wheels and a front grille that stretches across the unreserved front section, above a sporty fa wing. Gull wing doors agape up to reveal the cabin, while the back cleave features a sharp spoiler and a flared tailgate.

On earth the bonnet is a drive system that achieves a strapping power output and impressive economy at the unvarying time. A 1.6-litre petrol mechanism is joined by two electric motors that together turn up to a claimed 118mpg. In electric-only trend the Golf GTE Sport can travel 31 miles. With a 0-60mph patch of around four seconds, the vehicle is no crawling mover either.

Although concept cars are large a more exaggerated version of the model they in the final analysis inspire, Volkswagen buyers can look brazen to an exciting new design from future Golf GTE vehicles.

The coeval iteration is on sale at Lancaster Volkswagen today, and you can engage a test drive by contacting our advisers online or by phone.

Ask Now


Share this article:

No Comments

No Comments Yet!

You can be first one to write a comment

Leave a comment