In its standard version the Volkswagen Golf GTD is powered by a 2,0 liter TDI engine that delivers 170 hp. Not bad for a diesel car, no? But MTM decided it can do better. And with a few little modifications they managed to raise the engine’s output to 205 hp.

Volkswagen Golf VI GTD by MTM
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Besides that the MTM GTD also comes with a black paint, a new exhaust systems, performance brakes, sport suspensions and 19 inch bimoto sport alloy rims which underline the vehicles character and sporty look.

No words on how the car’s performances have been improved, but stay tuned and we will let you know soon!


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  (596) posted on 05.10.2011

Why not? But I agree with you guys, sounds so pricey and yet am not convinced with 310HP GTI. Oh well, let us wait on the next sales report smiley and check out if this one really sells well in the market.

  (619) posted on 09.23.2010

Hard to make heads or tails out of the press release translation, but I seriously doubt you are getting anything above an ECU tune for your 800 euros. A 310HP GTI for an extra $1100 - no way.

  (325) posted on 08.4.2010

The release says to get the 310hp the mods include a chip tune, turbo, likely injectors and a new exhaust manifold. That’s way more than $1100... unless the euro dropped like a rock and we don’t know about it.

  (555) posted on 01.5.2010

Maybe I can beat that performance stat just because Volkswagen Golf is not that expensive so expect the output level is in the average level. Well I will wait for the details of this one to know what did they improve on this car.

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