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Volkswagen Has Launched The Global Initiative On Taxonomy, VW GTI-R Concept

Posted Aug 8th 2011 10:19PM

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Here are a Volkswagen R GTI Concept, Thirty years ago Volkswagen launched the global initiative on the taxonomy, the “heat” that could revolutionize the concept of high performance cars that are affordable and accessible. Now comes the GTI-R, compact car expected return, beginning in 2006 SEMA Show in Las Vegas on October 31.

For four generations, the GTI has given a greater technology, more muscular and more sophisticated machine, but never the formula Volkswagen GTI icon for immediate identification of accessible and attractive returns, a big heart to fly on a platform lightweight and compact in a meaningful way. Some cars have benefited from the successful implementation of sustainable development, and to honor the rich history GTI, Volkswagen launched the GTI the eye of the morning s GTI in the machine, concealed low level, which was developed by Volkswagen Chief Designer Derek Jenkins and talented design team Volkswagen Santa Monica California centers.

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Some cars have enjoyed lasting success of execution, and to honor the rich history of the GTI, Volkswagen has put an eye in the morning with R GTI, a camouflage flying machine developed by Volkswagen Chief Designer Derek Jenkins and talented California Volkswagen Design Center in Santa Monica. Body panels with carbon fiber in the strike, four-passenger sport, big turbo and suspension of the race, competition GTI-R is a fusion of style and excellent content to stimulate a dynamic and thoroughly modern performance remains true to the values ??of that old Volkswagen maneuver ability durability and utility. R GTI evolved from the prototype I impressive that stole the show at SEMA in 2005, and logo R32 is connected to the movement, one of Volkswagen’s most sophisticated and exciting than ever came to the factory.

Unlike the R concept car last year, and optimized performance of the R GTI Volkswagen heads are more streetable concept. Although the R GTI, Volkswagen has been isolated and there is currently no plan for its implementation in the production, a dedicated fan could meet with many elements of the R GTI, Volkswagen is a personal project or development of the Automotive Aftermarket has contributed keep red GTI logo on driving, in the heart of fans around the world.

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Volkswagen is a rare blend of visionary planning and talent, technical innovation and after-sales service and presentation of the Volkswagen factory seductive, which is a favorite of car enthusiasts as the first GTI arrived in 30 years. It also suggests that the future of the hot hatch, as evidenced by the Volkswagen R GTI 2011, is here.


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