After Audi announced it will bring seven customized A1 to Wörthersee, Austria, Volkswagen has come back with an announcement of their own. Turns out, in true Volkswagen tradition, they will be presenting two special edition Golf GTIs: the Golf GTI Excessive and the Golf GTI Adidas. After all, the Worthersee is the traditional turned prime spot for Volkswagen to present its Golf models.

The first of them, the GTI Adidas, will be limited (limited being a loose term) to 4410 copies and will go on sale this June. The GTI Adidas will be offered with individualized exterior and interior equipment such as a specially developed sports seat design, standard bi-xenon headlights, and LED taillights on board. The Adidas will roll off in newly-designed 18-inch alloy "Serres" wheels.

The GTI Excessive is said to be inspired by the world of motorsports. So far, we know that the Excessive will feature a new front splitter, rear spoiler, and side skirts finished in black. These additional features were designed to look like race-ready aerodynamic add-ons. Unfortunately, this GTI is not slated for production.

Stay tuned for more details!

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6 comments:

  (274) posted on 05.10.2011

I agree with you guys, there is no special about this one. I am expecting something really unique but unfortunately, it didn’t turn out well. One more thing, it’s overpriced! Am I right guys?

  (858) posted on 09.23.2010

Nice interior but still not distinctive enough from the MK 5 Golf GTI I used to have to warrant the price hike.

  (648) posted on 08.4.2010

Nice interior but still not distinctive enough from the MK 5 Golf GTI I used to have to warrant the price hike.

  (544) posted on 05.11.2010

Simple but it stings like a bee. I hope they sell this as an optional to the Golf GTI.

  (387) posted on 05.11.2010

Wow! the GTI looks gorgeous with that type of rims and also it has the unique visual looks with an even higher level of performance. Also, it embodies precisely those elements that have always excited genuine GTI fans.

  (462) posted on 05.10.2010

Although there are no changes to its 2.0-litre engine under the bonnet, the VW Golf GTI Excessive edition boasts wider tracks, revised springs and dampers, upgraded brake discs and pads and a new lightweight exhaust system.

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