The German based automaker Volkswagen has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, the Golf GTI Concept White, at the 31st GTI Meeting in Worthersee, Austria.
According to the car manufacturer, the Volkswagen Golf GTI Concept White is being distinguished by its special Oryx White matt paintwork, which is being contrasted by a red and black interior trim. The company’s engineers and designers didn’t leave the cabin stock either and this is now coming with the obvious GTI logos, with red stitching on the handbrake lever, door armrests and steering wheels, along with a honeycomb pattern in White Matt and Aluminum finish.
The car manufacturer didn’t say anything about what engine can be found under the hood of the Volkswagen Golf GTI Concept White and we don’t even know the vehicle’s performance, fuel consumption or CO2 emissions. The Volkswagen GTI Concept White will remain a simple concept car and no features will be adopted onto the production version because the German based automaker is getting ready for the new generation of the popular hatchback. More details on the Volkswagen Golf GTI Concept will probably never be announced but at least you can enjoy the images posted below.