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Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk7 Tuned by Oettinger

Seventh-generation VW hot hatch aero and power package released

Annette Carrion
Aug 1, 2013

The Details:

• Specialist tuner Oettinger offers performance package for the Mk7 VW Golf GTI

• Aerodynamic kit includes rear diffuser and rear roof spoiler

• Up to 350hp generated with the package

• Available in Germany this August for 1,990 Euros ($2629.59)

The seventh-generation Volkswagen Golf GTI, commonly referred to as the “hot hatch” receives more power and styling modifications from specialist tuner Oettinger of Friedrichsdorf in Hessen, Germany with a complete package that will be available (in Germany) this August for 1,990 Euros or roughly $2629.59.

Oettinger_volkswagen golf GTI Mk7 front Photo 2/9   |   Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk7

According to a european car First Drive of the 2015 VW GTI, stock performance numbers are as follows: 210hp at 4500-6200rpm, 258 lb-ft at 1500-4400rpm, 0-60mph in 6.7sec and a top speed of 152mph.

With Oettinger’s performance package, the GTI’s 2.0L turbo-four engine can generate up to 350hp made possible by a sport exhaust system, new intercooler and custom air intakes with sport filters. The exhaust features twin tailpipes on either side of the rear. Also available is a limited slip differential, upgraded clutch and brakes.

Oettinger_volkswagen golf GTI Mk7 schwarz Photo 3/9   |   Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk7

For the exterior, the Oettinger Mk7 aerodynamic kit consists of a front spoiler with separate splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser and roof spoiler. The roof spoiler includes open R-Flaps for a sportier appearance. By the end of 2013, new ultra-lightweight Oettinger 10-spoke sport rims in the stylish finishes “Black Redline” or “Black Silverline” will also be available. For those with a GTD, the aero package will fit as well.

By Annette Carrion
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