Volkswagen Golf GTD "Gran Turismo Diesel" is more powerful, fuel-efficient and lower-emitting than the previous model. Golf GTD has an average consumption of 4.2 litres/100 km and 109 g / km CO2 emissions.

The Volkswagen Golf GTD is powered by a redesigned 2.0-litre turbo-diesel of the EA288 engine series. The Volkswagen Golf GTD can reach 100 km/h in just 7.5 seconds and Its top speed is 230 km/h, just like a authentic sports car.

For this model Volkswagen has prepared all the toys available in the GTI list of features and a few more (privacy glass for rear seating area, touchscreen and ambience lighting, flat-bottomed sport steering wheel).

Facilities are very impressive but prices have not been announced yet. We just want a car whose cost can easily be kept under control, but without an excessive investment in the beginning.


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