Maybe some of you consider the Golf IV an old car but the guys from Mattig thought something else and unveiled their latest tuning kit for the German vehicle. The kit consists in a new apron at the from spoiler featuring two large air intakes, a new bonnet extension for the front edge in order to protect it against damage, new headlights, new side skirts, sports mirrors with integrated indicators, a new rear apron and new four pipes exhaust system. More details after the jump!

Press release:

Mattig has really gone to work on the Golf IV, making sure the somewhat ’graying’ compact vehicle is reborn with a much more sporty look. This has been made possible with the new Mattig body kit, which makes the Golf look fantastic. A number of accessories provide the perfect finishing touch.

A new apron at the front with two large air inlets, right and left, guarantee a more easily remembered ‘face’. Mattig prepared the extravagantly styled component for use with an Audi single-frame grille. Mattig is offering a bonnet extension for the front edge of the bonnet to protect it against damage, just in case. Mattig also has an alternative for the headlights. A combination of black and chrome colored parts gives them a cool look by day and by night. The Mattig headlight covers give it that famous “dangerous” look. The Mattig side skirts create a visual ’lower-lying’ effect and a considerably more solid appearance.
The Mattig sports mirrors are another special detail, with easily visible, integrated indicators. Impressive appearance and safety at the same time! For the rear end Mattig has designed a rear apron extension with conspicuously formed air outlets into which, for example, the end pipes of the four-pipe exhaust system fit perfectly. A guarantee for hot-blooded optics with a real sporty look! New Mattig tail lights with LED technology also provide a particularly successful mixture of first-class safety - LEDs are much easier to see in daylight than conventional lights - and outstanding optics. Quick cornering is no longer a problem with the five-part Mattig roof spoiler as it increases the ground pressure and also looks as if it has come directly from the race track. This radical part attracts immediate attention to every Golf IV! At the same time, Mattig also supplies other front apron models, a variety of rear extensions and additional lights. All of these can be round at www.mattig.de.

Further information on the extensive Mattig Tuning Programme for VW models and other manufacturers are available via the telephone on 08586-606-0 or Internet www.mattig.de and www.mattig-automotive.com

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  (35) posted on 05.27.2008

That looks complete trash! Why do people do this to good cars?

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