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Production version of the Volkswagen Golf GTI heading to Geneva

German car giant Volkswagen has announced that the 2013 Golf GTI production car will be making its public debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.

To hype up the appearance, Volkswagen states that "the letters 'GTI' have stood for superior dynamic performance for over three decades now", with the latest Golf set to be no different.

Powering the new vehicle to get from A to B in style, and with blistering pace, will be a turbocharged direct-injection petrol engine, which is capable of producing up to 220PS of power.

The standard model in the range is also set to reach 62mph from a standstill in just 6.5 seconds, before going on to reach a phenomenal top speed of 152mph.

Helping the 2013 Volkswagen Golf GTI to stand out on the road will be the inclusion of red-painted brake callipers, 17-inch 'Brooklyn' alloy wheels and a pair of stylish chrome tailpipes.

Furthermore, the car's cabin is decorated with comfortable sports seats, which match perfectly with the Golf GTI's classic tartan cloth upholstery.

Plenty more will be seen of the 2013 Volkswagen Golf GTI when it is publicly revealed at the 83rd Geneva Motor Show on March 5th.

 
 
 

 
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