The aftermarket specialists at JMS have recently released the first details on their latest creation, an upgrade styling program for the new VW Golf 7.
The new generation of the Volkswagen Golf 7 has recently made its way onto the market and the model was officially presented to the public last month for the first time, during the 2012 Paris Motor Show. But that doesn’t mean that major tuning companies from around the world have left the new German hatchback untouched and this is exactly the same case with this latest upgrade package which is signed by JMS.
According to the tuning company, the new VW Golf 7, which is weirdly being named the Audi Golf 7 in the company’s press release, is getting a new front lip spoiler for an extra 259 euros, which can be mounted on the standard front bumper. For a sportier appearance, the tuner is offering a KW V1 inox coil-over kit for 1,099 euros, which is reducing the ride height by 55 mm at the front and by 45 mm at the rear, along with a new 19-inch Schmidt FS Racing wheels wrapped in 225/35 tires for 4,999 euros. All components will become available in January, as the guys at JMS are saying.