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Volkswagen presenta le sue "salsicce piccanti" per la Golf. Andiamo con ordine:


Golf GTI - 2.0 litri turbo benzina da 180 kW / 245 CV e 370 Nm di coppia - cambio manuale 6 marce o DSG 7 rapporti  - Trazione Anteriore

Golf GTE - 1.4 litri Turbo benzina da 110 kW / 150 CV che si associa ad un motore elettrico da 85 kW / 115 CV, realizzano una potenza combinata di 245 CV e 400 Nm - cambio DSG a 6 rapporti e batteria da 13 kWh - Trazione Anteriore

Golf GTD - 2.0 litri turbodiesel da 147 kW / 200 CV e 400 Nm di coppia - cambio DSG 7 rapporti - Trazione anteriore - Sistema doppio SCR ed AdBlue.



90th International Geneva Motor Show
The new Golf GTI*, GTD* and GTE*

All equipment specifications apply to the German market
* Near-production prototype

Key aspects
Première of the new Golf GTI, GTE and GTD – Volkswagen brings sports icons into the digital age
Three new Golf models, three characters
• Petrol, hybrid and diesel. Golf GTI* and partially electric Golf GTE* now with identical output; Golf GTD* is highly efficient over long distances
• Innovision Cockpit. Golf GTI, GTE and GTD always feature the digital instrument cluster and 10-inch infotainment system
• Always on. We Connect services bring streaming, Internet Radio and other online features on board the GTI, GTE and GTD
• Pulse of the digital world. New start-stop button pulses red before the engine starts
• Charismatic design. New bumpers, new roof spoiler, new diffuser and new lettering
• Light as chrome. The Golf GTI, GTE and GTD will be equipped with an illuminated radiator grille bar as standard for the first time
• LEDs in an X-shape. Five strikingly arranged LEDs create the fog lights in the bumpers (optional)


Golf GTI
• Icon – the 8th generation. The new Golf GTI is a pure, efficient, high-tech, compact sports car for the digital age

• Turbocharged petrol engine. The GTI engine generates 180 kW (245 PS). It powers the unmistakeable, original version of the compact sports car
• Quicker gear shifts. DSG with new shift-by-wire gearbox features unique characteristics in the Golf GTI
• Light output with style. LED headlights and LED tail light clusters, exterior and interior background lighting
• GTI charisma. Open front bumper with GTI wings and honeycomb grille, GTI diffuser with tailpipes on the left and right
• Motorsport features. Striking black side sills form a line with the front splitter and rear diffuser 
• GTI steering wheel. New multifunction leather sports steering wheel with touch controls, perforated leather and GTI clasp in chrome/red

• GTI for a new age. Digital Cockpit and 30-colour background lighting including GTI-specific mode


Golf GTE
• Electrified sports car. New performance plug-in hybrid combines electrical sustainability with vast, dynamic performance
• Turbocharged petrol engine with electric motor. The 180 kW (245 PS) Golf GTE has reached the performance level of the Golf GTI
• Zero local emissions. Battery with 50% more energy capacity (13 kWh) extends electrical range to around 60 kilometres
• All-electric start. The performance plug-in hybrid drive in the GolfGTE starts on electrical power alone, with zero emissions
• Predictive hybrid control. The sophisticated electronics of the GTE incorporates GPS and route data into powertrain control
• IQ.DRIVE (optional). Travel Assist provides Golf GTE drivers with active steering, accelerating and braking (up to 210 km/h)
• GTE – distinguishing features. GTE with no visible tailpipes (GTI has a tailpipe on the right and left, GTD has double tailpipe on the left)
• GTE instruments. Digital Cockpit and Infotainment system with GTE-specific efficiency and range displays


Golf GTD
• Endurance athlete. High efficiency levels of the new GTD engine enable very long ranges
• Turbocharged diesel engine. 147 kW (200 PS) of power and 400 Nm of torque are the vital statistics of the most powerful Golf with a TDI engine
• Double SCR catalytic converter. Twin dosing significantly reduces nitrogen oxides (NOx) generated by the TDI compared with the engine in the predecessor model
• Always automatic. New Golf GTD launched onto the market with a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox (DSG) as standard
• LED headlights as standard. GTD has option of illuminated radiator grille fin which merges into the LED headlights
• GTD insignia. Air intake grille in honeycomb design, red brake calipers, illuminated radiator grille and red pulsing start button
• GTD interior. Background lighting with 30 colours and new Digital Cockpit provide extra GTD ambience
• Digital GTD. New touch and slide surfaces, screens and shift-bywire

Wolfsburg, March 2020. A car becomes an icon when its design DNA and character remain recognisable for decades. It is also important for an icon
to provide fresh ideas in order to cope with the challenges of our time. Just like the Golf GTI. For 44 years, Volkswagen has been reinventing this icon of
sporty, compact cars while retaining the original concept – generation after generation. The eighth reinterpretation of the Golf GTI is now celebrating its
debut. Newly designed and engineered – fully digitalised and networked. A Golf GTI that is fit for the modern era. The Golf Mk1 from 1976 has long
evolved into a vehicle family. This was followed in 1982 by the first Golf GTD with a turbocharged diesel engine, and in 2014 by the first Golf GTE to feature plug-in hybrid drive. And so it stands to reason that a new Golf GTD and a new Golf GTE are celebrating their world premières alongside the new Golf
GTI. Three Golf variants, three characters, three efficient and clean drive systems – but one design and specification philosophy.

GTI. The new Golf GTI is an agile, raw, efficient and high-tech compact sports car for the digital age – with 180 kW (245 PS).
GTE. With a system output of 180 kW, the new Golf GTE is just as powerful as the Golf GTI. The hybrid drive is designed for sporting performance and
combines electrical sustainability and zero-emission distances of around 60 kilometres with a great dynamic performance.
GTD. The new Golf GTD is a real endurance athlete. In this variant an output of 147 kW (200 PS) has been coupled with very long fuel ranges.

Dynamic front end. The design of the new, sporty Golf models embodies unadulterated charisma. The standard LED headlights are positioned low
down and form a striking crossbar in conjunction with the radiator grille.
Towards the top of the bonnet a narrow line spans the front end – red in the case of the GTI, blue for the GTE and silver for the GTD. All are typical insignia
just like the red radiator grille frame on the first Golf GTI. Once the daytime running lights are activated – when the driver approaches with the key (optional) – an LED strip in the headlight mirrors the red, blue or silver line. As standard, the radiator grille is illuminated as a continuation of the LED strip
for the first time. This creates the completely new, unmistakable headlight design of the Golf GTI, GTE and GTD. Another striking and unmistakable feature is the typically large, one-piece lower air intake grille in a honeycomb pattern. It is framed on the outside by a black application, with a striking
wing-like design on the sides. The new GTI insignia also include the optional fog lights which are now integrated into the air intake grille in an X-shape.
Striking outline. The side section features the eye-catching, standard 17- inch Richmond alloy wheels, unique to the GTI. 18-inch or 19-inch rims are
available on request. Painted red: brake calipers of the new, sporty Golf models. The GTI and GTD also carry a signet with the respective lettering on
the side of the front wing panel. The GTE does not boast this feature but instead has an extra supply connection on the passenger side for charging
the battery. All three models feature wider side skirts sills in black – with a splitter design similar to that found on racing cars. The sills come together
to form the front spoiler and the rear diffuser. An individualised spoiler extends the roof line at the very top of the outline. The dominant design element of the side section is the C-pillar, a characteristic element of all versions of the Golf. It visually propels the vehicle body forwards and transposes the iconic graphics of the original Golf and GTI into the modern era.
Superior rear end. The new Golf has a powerful shoulder section and striking rear end design. This also benefits the new, sporty models, which are fitted
with LED tail light clusters as standard. The GTI, GTE or GTD lettering is now positioned centrally under the Volkswagen emblem rather than on the driver
side as it was before. The roof spoiler is extended rearwards and merges with the black edging around the rear window, making the Golf GTI, GTE and
GTD appear even flatter than the less powerful models. At the bottom, the sporty diffuser distinguishes the new versions from the other versions of the
series. They are also differentiated by the tailpipes of the exhaust systems – the GTI has one tailpipe on the left and one on the right, the GTD has a double tailpipe on the left, and there is no tailpipe in sight on the GTE.

Dynamic insignia. Ever since the first Golf GTI made its debut, this car has been like a perfectly fitting pair of jeans. Right from the outset, Volkswagen
created distinctive, dynamic insignia with the multitude of interior details – the sports steering wheel featuring three silver double spokes and recessed
Wolfsburg emblem, the gear knob in the shape of a black golf ball, GTI sports seats in tartan with black side bolsters – all of which are considered classic
design pieces.

A nod to the past, a nod to the future. Although Volkswagen is enhancing the digital and networking capabilities of the eighth-generation Golf – and
with it the GTI, GTE and GTD – to an unprecedented extent in order to future-proof the range, many of the original insignia can still be found on board. However, the sports steering wheel of yesteryear has been transformed into a new multifunction leather sports steering wheel with touch controls and an optionally integrated Travel Assist button to help the powerful Golf models reach a top speed of 210 km/h while Travel Assist is engaged. The three silver spokes have been retained – in the GTI, the interior of the central spoke has a red finish, while the GTE and GTD have blue and silver finishes respectively. The classic checked pattern of the sports seats is also retained. The new checked design is called Scalepaper. The seams of the grey and black design are red in the GTI, blue in the GTE and light grey in the GTD. Red, blue or black are also used for all decorative seams and edging, depending on the model.

Fit for the modern age. The Innovision Cockpit extends upwards upon opening the doors in the Golf GTI, GTE and GTD. It is a fusion of the top-of-therange version of the 10.25-inch Digital Cockpit (digital instruments) and the10-inch navigation system. The visual and functional blend of the two
screens creates a new and consistent, digital architecture. The background lighting, which also comes as standard, embeds the displays and all other
illuminated interior areas (dash panel, door trim, storage compartment with interface for mobile telephone, footwell) in a spectrum of 30 configurable
colours. The Golf GTI, which is equipped with a 6-speed manual gearbox as standard, features a brand new GTI gear knob. The GTI is available with an
optional, automatic 7-speed dual clutch gearbox (DSG); the GTD comes exclusively with this DSG. The GTE features a 6-speed DSG developed for hybrid drive. The models equipped with a DSG are generally shift by wire; the DSG gear lever itself has been designed specifically. The functionality of the
standard start/stop button for the drive systems of the three sporty Golf models has been customised – once the doors have been opened, it pulses
red until the drive system has been started.

Basic equipment. In general, every new Golf is fitted with assist systems including the Lane Assist lane keeping system, Front Assist Autonomous
Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Monitoring, XDS electronic differential lock and Car2X (local communication with other vehicles and the traffic infrastructure). Standard digital instruments and an infotainment system to suit the mobile We Connect and We Connect Plus online services and functions that have been integrated here. A multifunction steering wheel, singlezone automatic climate control (Climatronic), the Press & Drive comfort start
system, a Bluetooth provision for mobile telephone, LED headlights, LED tail light clusters, LED daytime running lights, LED reading lights and two USBC ports. This range of equipment is once again extended significantly for GTI, GTE and GTD.
Enhanced equipment. On the exterior, the equipment outlined here is supplemented by 17-inch alloy wheels, a customised front section, a grooved
rear diffuser, a standalone roof spoiler, the corresponding model logos, individual tailpipe systems, red brake calipers and sill extensions. The functions include sports running gear (only GTI and GTD; 15 mm lower) and the Keyless Access locking and starting system and associated lighting. In the
interior, the top-of-the-range version of the Digital Cockpit (multiple screen configurations) and the 10-inch navigation system merge to form the Innovision Cockpit. The colour and graphics of the Digital Cockpit correspond to the respective model. In many other details, as is the case with the exterior,
the Golf GTI, GTE, GTD are also differentiated by the specific colours assigned to the respective drive system – red (GTI), blue (GTE) and silver (GTD).
All pedals are made of stainless steel.


GTI with turbocharged petrol engine. The new Golf GTI is powered by a 180 kW (245 PS) 2.0-litre turbocharged injection engine (EA888 evo4). The maximum torque is 370 Nm. The four-cylinder engine is coupled with a 6-speed manual gearbox (MQ350) as standard. A 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox (DQ381 DSG) is available as an option.
GTE with plug-in hybrid. The plug-in hybrid drive of the Golf GTE essentially consists of a 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine (EA211 TSI) with 110 kW
(150 PS), the hybrid module with an electric motor (85 kW), a 6-speed DSG (DQ400e) and a new lithium-ion battery. The powertrain delivers a maximum power output of 180 kW (245 PS) and a maximum system torque of 400 Nm. Compared with its predecessor, the all-electric range has increased significantly to now around 60 km. Volkswagen’s engineers have achieved the increase in range by improving the Golf’s aerodynamics and managing to increase the energy content of the battery by 50% to 13 kWh. It can be driven at speeds of up to 130 km/h in all-electric mode. When the battery is sufficiently charged, the Golf GTE always starts in all-electric E-MODE. The drive switches to Hybrid mode if the energy capacity of the battery drops below a certain level or if the speed rises above 130 km/h. In Hybrid mode, the driver has the option of maintaining the state of charge using three symbols on the Infotainment system screen (the equal sign “=”), increasing it (up arrow “∧”) or reducing it to a defined level (down arrow “∨”). This makes it possible to drive into an urban destination area under electric power and with zero emissions, even at the end of a longer journey, if so required.
Whenever route guidance is active in the navigation system, the battery manager also predictively takes into account road and topographical data to
ensure the set battery energy is available when you reach your destination.
During this process, battery use is adapted on the basis of the route data in order to achieve an optimum electrical range.
GTD with turbocharged diesel engine. The long-distance sports car features a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine (TDI) with an output of

147 kW (200 PS). The Golf GTD engine (EA288 evo series) generates an impressively high maximum torque of 400 Nm. The TDI already delivers this
power at very low engine speeds. As with all the turbocharged diesel engines in the new Golf, the GTD’s drive system is linked to two SCR catalytic
converters connected in series (SCR = Selective Catalytic Reduction). This
new twin dosing SCR system with dual AdBlue injection greatly reduces nitrogen oxide emissions compared with its predecessor. Volkswagen offers
the Golf GTD with a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox (DQ381 DSG) as standard.

Improved comfort and dynamics. Volkswagen has developed and perfected the running gear of the Golf GTI, GTE and GTD with the combination of a
McPherson front axle and a multi-link rear suspension. A new driving dynamics control system known as the Vehicle Dynamics Manager is used for
the first time. The system controls both the XDS function and the lateral dynamics components of the regulated dampers (optional DCC). This significantly increases the spread between maximum comfort and maximum dynamics, and the vehicle benefits from significantly sharpened driving dynamics as a result.
DCC adaptive chassis control. DDC adaptive chassis control continuously reacts to the road surface and driving situation while taking account of various
elements including steering, braking and acceleration manoeuvres. By means of the set driving profile mode, the driver can influence the reduction
in body motion as desired. The required damping is calculated for each wheel and adjusted at the four shock absorbers within fractions of a second.
Consequently, DCC always provides the highest level of driving comfort and ensures ideal driving dynamics in combination with the driving dynamics
manager. In the latest DCC generation, the vehicle setup can be extended in INDIVIDUAL mode to go beyond the existing range of the fixed COMFORT,

ECO and SPORT modes. The driver can accurately set and store their personal driving profile using a digital slider. Beyond the COMFORT setting, the
body is “decoupled” from the road surface as much as possible, thus boosting driving comfort. Beyond the SPORT setting, there is an extended setting
range with maximum damping for minimised body movements and extremely direct handling for that unadulterated GTI, GTD and GTE feeling.



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Golf GTI

Nello specifico la Volkswagen Golf GTI  oltre a mostrare l'acronimo GTI, troviamo una striscia rossa che attraversa l'intera parte superiore dei gruppi ottici e la griglia stessa, che incornicia le luci a LED Diurne. Inoltre, i proiettori fendinebbia, che compongono una specie di lettera X, sono integrati nella griglia inferiore e sono visibili anche gli splendidi cerchi in lega che espongono le pinze dei freni rosse. I cerchi in lega hanno una dimensione di 17 pollici. Opzionalmente ci sono circa 18 e 19 pollici.

Lasciando da parte l'esterno, se ci avventuriamo all'interno, la prima cosa che troveremo sarà una caratteristica tappezzeria in cui le cuciture sono rosse. Il volante sportivo multifunzione ha tre raggi e ci sono dettagli in rosso. I pedali sono realizzati in acciaio inossidabile. L'equipaggiamento di serie è davvero completo. Ha un sistema di accesso e avviamento senza chiave, fari a LED, Bluetooth, chiusura centralizzata, alzacristalli elettrici, quadro strumenti digitale ed un lungo elenco di sistemi di assistenza alla guida. Tra le altre funzioni abbiamo il cruise control adattivo, l'assistente per il mantenimento delle corsie e il sistema di sorveglianza anteriore Front Assist con rilevamento dei pedoni.

Il telaio ha un set point specifico per migliorare le prestazioni della vettura. La sospensione adattiva è la chiave. Inoltre, è disponibile un selettore della modalità di guida che ci consente di scegliere tra i seguenti profili: Comfort, Eco, Sport e Individual.

Sarà disponibile da Luglio 2020 e sarà presente al Salone di Ginevra.


Golf GTE

La Volkswagen Golf GTE, invece, avrà una striscia blu che attraversa l'intera parte superiore dei gruppi ottici e la griglia stessa che incornicia le luci diurne LED. 

Inoltre, per la prima volta, anche la griglia del radiatore è illuminata. I fendinebbia sono integrati nella griglia di aspirazione dell'aria inferiore senza divisioni. E se guardiamo di lato troveremo un nuovo stile dei cerchi in lega da 17 pollici. Ci sono anche altri 18 o 19 pollici disponibili. Lasciano in vista le pinze dei freni. La presa di ricarica si trova sul pannello anteriore laterale, mentre dietro abbiamo un interessante spoiler sul tetto. Lo scarico è nascosto.

Lasciando da parte l'esterno, se ci avventuriamo all'interno della nuova Golf GTE saremo circondati da un ambiente con un tocco di sportività. Evidenzia il volante sportivo con tre raggi blu. Dobbiamo anche fare una menzione speciale ai sedili sportivi con un rivestimento che mostra le cuciture in blu per creare contrasto.

In modalità completamente elettrica, la nuova Golf GTE può percorrere circa 60 chilometri e la velocità massima sarà di 130 km / h. Nel caso in cui la batteria abbia una carica sufficiente, la Golf GTE si avvierà in modalità "E-Mode". Cioè, in modalità elettrica al 100%.

Sarà disponibile da Luglio 2020 e sarà presente al Salone di Ginevra.










Golf GTD

Logicamente, e come ci si aspetterebbe, la nuova Golf GTD si adatta ai nuovi tempi. Un momento in cui cerchiamo di ridurre al minimo le emissioni. 

A livello estetico, ha una relazione molto stretta con il resto dei modelli GT della gamma Golf. E, le differenze rispetto a Golf GTI e Golf GTE sono minime . Ha una serie di fari a LED e, lungo il cofano, una linea sottile si estende sulla parte anteriore, che, nel caso della Golf GTD, è argento. Se la luce di marcia diurna è attivata, una banda LED sul proiettore accompagna la linea d'argento. Si accende anche la griglia del radiatore.

Un altro dettaglio caratteristico della nuova generazione della Golf GTD è la grande griglia di ingresso dell'aria inferiore senza divisioni con un design a nido d'ape. Il tutto circondato da appliques nere.

Di serie sono montati cerchi in lega da 17 pollici . Opzionalmente puoi optare per ruote da 18 o 19 pollici.

E terminando il nostro tour all'estero nella parte posteriore, troveremo uno spoiler sul tetto e gruppi ottici posteriori a LED. Ha anche un sistema di scarico con due uscite sul lato sinistro. Lasciando da parte l'esterno, se ci avventuriamo all'interno della nuova Golf GTD troveremo un nuovo volante sportivo multifunzione rivestito in pelle con tre razze e finiture argento. Inoltre, i sedili sfoggiano un design a scacchi chiamato "Scalepaper" con cuciture grigio chiaro. Ci sono anche numerose modanature nere.














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I tedeschi dovrebbero stare un attimo accorti nel riecheggiare simbologie di un recente passato...

Tra stemma e disegno del cerchio urla Terzo Reich 🤨



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Bene che sia disponibile un'auto sportiva da 245 cv e cambio manuale. Male il design del frontale, dei cerchi e della fiancata ed il fatto che non monti il differenziale meccanico. Come prevedibile, spingeranno a comprare la versione TCR per avere una sportiva a 360 gradi.

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il design di quest'auto è di una tristezza infinita.

anche come interni.

mi dispiace perchè la linea semplice del posteriore mi stava piacendo.

ma quei cerchi e quelle luci sul paraurti sono davvero mal fatti.


forse vedendola dal vivo avrò un'impressione diversa

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Esteticamente la trovo decisamente peggiorata rispetto alla precedente. Davvero brutta davanti e i cerchi sono inguardabili.

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Fin dal lancio continua a lasciarmi perplesso anche in questa versione. Molto interessante il motore della Gte che rende praticamente inutile la presenza della Gtd. A sto giro vince su tutti i fronti la Seat Leon. 

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anche a me non piace la mascherina anteriore 🤔 la trovo proprio bruttina.

dietro mi piace

di fianco mi adatto.


come mai hanno montato il 1.4 da 150 cv invece del 1.5?? questione di misure nel cofano?


sono stupito anche io del perche' abbiano fatto la gtd a sto punto...

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Io non la trovo così brutta ad essere sincero. E' vero e sono d'accordo che davanti sembra troppo Renault inspired nel disegno dei fendinebbia ma non è malaccio, nel complesso.


Davvero belli i sedili, a mio avviso, che mantengono il motivo "tartan".


Bene che:


gli scarichi siano veri (su GTI e GTD)

la GTI sian offerta anche con il manuale



Male che:


la GTD sia offerta solo automatica.

la GTE abbia quell'orribile accenno di scarichi finti, non si rendono ancora conto che non serve mettere niente e basta una semplice cromatura dritta?

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