It’s the coolest way to connect, hands down. Once your device is synched, you can make phone calls and stream your music without taking your hands off the steering wheel.¹
Electromechanical steering is a more responsive, fuel-efficient, and eco-conscious steering method than conventional steering.¹ In other words, it’s a win-win-win.
Corner with confidence. The XDS helps anticipate inside wheel spin and actively directs the power to the outside wheel.
Heated front seats. Your most nonessential essential feature. With three different settings, you can find your perfect degree of toasty.
To be one with the road, you need to get closer to it. The GTI sits lower thanks to its sport suspension, to help it handle better and corner tighter.
In the event of a collision, the Intelligent Crash Response System (ICRS) unlocks the doors, turns off power to the fuel pump, and turns on the hazard lights.²
Integrated into the front structure of your GTI are impact-absorbing elements that allow for compression during a collision. And that helps keep the impact from impacting you.
You may not be a race car driver, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have race-inspired sport pedals.
Seriously fun. This turbocharged engine with 200 hp and 207 lbs/ft of torque comes standard in every GTI. It’s fast.¹ It’s efficient.² And it means business.
We can’t change the road, but we can change your ride. With an independent suspension, each wheel pivots separately, so a bump in the road isn’t really a bump in a road.
ABS helps keep the brakes from locking up during sudden stops and helps you retain control over the steering during emergency braking.
We admit it. We’re control freaks. We believe you should always be in control—even when you’re avoiding something unexpected.