Volkswagen Up GTI

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Early 2018 Up comes the Volkswagen GTI that will be talking about and make the most complicated market for Abarth 595, the Renault Twingo GT or GT Kia Picanto, among other rivals.

Foto de - volkswagen up-gti-concept-car Engined 115 CVs and a lower weight to 1.000 kg, everything indicates that the GTI is Up “Golf tribute to original GTI” launched in 1976. The Golf 76 He weighed 810 kg and had 110 Power Resumes, Asemas very similar dimensions to the Up.

Like other versions of the GTI Volkswagen models, the Up GTI is distinguished from his brothers “conventional” by anagrams GTI, bands typical red, GTI seat frame, the steering wheel with sporty design, rear spoiler, the knob of the gear lever, caps mirrors and front bumper black, alloy wheels 17 inches, and sports suspension leaving the body 15 mm closer to the tarmac.


Volkswagen Up GTI amarilloThe engine has 3 cylinders and runs on gasoline, 1,0 liter (1.0 SOMETHING), It is turbocharged and develops 115 horses from 5000 and 5500 rpm y 200 Nm of torque between 2000 and 3500 rpm. Have a particulate filter in the exhaust system. It is coupled with a manual transmission six relations.

Volkswagen Up GTI blancoThe weight of this up! It is higher than the first Golf GTI, 997 kg (187 kg more), but its performance is slightly better: It can accelerate from 0 a 100 km/h en 8,8 seconds and reach 197 km/h (the GTI did in 9,0 s and reached 182 km/h).

When it goes on sale, bodies will be available in three and five-door, in the "classic" colors of the first Golf GTI, Red (tornado red), White (pure white), payment (dark silver) and black (black pearl), as well as an exclusive blue (costa azul blue). Standard equipment includes sound system with six speakers Composition and heated front seats.

A great option for getting around cities and have a sports model.

Adrián Osés, Locos Engine.

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Author: Adrián Osés Motorsport enthusiast and Engineering, founder and editor of Mad Engine.