Volkswagen Golf GTE Sport concept unveiled at Wörthersee
Volkswagen Golf GTE Sport is usually a plug-in hybrid four-wheel drive concept
Plug-in hybrid two-seater is usually capable of 0-62mph in 4.3sec along with features high-tech Indoor
Volkswagen has pulled the wraps off its Golf GTE Sport concept at that will year’s Wörthersee motor show in Austria.
The plug-in hybrid concept is usually powered by a turbocharged 1.6-litre four cylinder engine coming from the firm’s Polo R WRC championship-winning car, with two electric motors positioned at each axle. Total power output is usually reported to be 395bhp along with 495lb ft of torque.
The hybrid power unit is usually mated to Volkswagen’s six-speed DSG dual-clutch automatic gearbox, which helps the Golf GTE Sport concept shoot coming from 0-62mph in 4.3sec along with onto a top speed of 174mph.
Combined fuel economy is usually claimed to be 141.2mpg, while the auto can reportedly cover 31 miles on electric power alone, thanks to its lithium-ion battery.
The Centeng is usually largely made of carbonfibre, with doors that will open upwards like that will of the Volkswagen XL1 concept. Elements of the styling could also preview the next-generation Golf hatchback.
Inside, the cabin is usually cloaked in more carbonfibre, with the driver along with passenger bucket seats separated by a large centre console. The racing bucket seats feature all 5-point harnesses along with are positioned quite far back to optimise weight distribution.
Three high-tech transparent displays positioned one behind the some other replaces a more traditional dial set-up inside instrument panel, with speed along with current range positioned most prominently.
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