Fans of convertibles might want to take notice of Volkswagen over the coming year or so. In addition to the diesel-powered Beetle TDI Convertible, the new Golf Cabriolet will spawn some exciting variants itself including the GTI Cabrio...Show More Summary
It’s a risk to mess with the undisputed icon, but it’s one possibly being taken with the first Volkswagen Golf GTI Cabriolet since the MkI model sold into the 1980s. Yet does lopping the roof off one of the world’s … Continue readin...
What the motoring press is saying about the Volkswagen Golf GTI Cabriolet Review LAST UPDATED AT 14:30 ON Thu 7 Jun 2012 Price: £29,310 - £30,610 Pros: Rewarding to drive, spacious and practical Cons: Expensive, exposed rear seats and...Show More Summary
Volkswagen's new GTI Cabriolet was revealed at this year's Geneva Motor Show, but before that, it made an appearance in concept form at the 2011 Worthersee tour. Alongside the cherry red performer was a Cabriolet version of the Golf line's hero model: the Golf R. Show More Summary
The new 2013 Volkswagen Golf GTI Cabriolet No other sporting label in the compact class is as familiar or as successful as Volkswagen’s “GTI” signature. 2013 Volkswagen Golf GTI Cabriolet photo Find more new 2013 Volkswagen Golf GTIShow More Summary
While we get the Volkswagen Eos, other markets get this: the Golf GTI Cabriolet. We had a good look at it under the lights of the Geneva Motor Show, and now VW has dropped a slew of photos of the convertible in its natural environment. Under...Show More Summary
Despite the current trend, not every car looks good with its top lopped off. We're looking at you, Nissan and Land Rover. The Volkswagen GTI doesn't get any prettier after losing its roof and seems to get, well, a little softer, more, ok, we're just gonna say it - girly. Show More Summary
Volkswagen’s GTI Cabriolet debuted today at the 2012 Geneva Auto Show, making the Mazda MX-5 look like Caster Semanya in comparison. In Europe, Volkswagen not only gets the Eos, but a Golf Cabriolet as well. The big differences is the Golf has a cloth top, and now it gets a GTI variant. Mechanically, nothing has [...]
The most powerful production Golf Cabriolet will be unveiled this week at the Geneva Motor Show. The new Golf GTI Cabriolet packs in all the performance and practicality of the GTI hatchback, and adds the fun of open-air motoring for four, thanks to an electrically powered fabric roof which can be folded away in just [...]
This probably won't come as much of a surprise since the U.S. never got a version of the Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet when it went on sale last year in Europe, but the GTI Cabriolet also is not coming here, says...
Volkswagen has pulled the covers from its new flagship in the Golf Cabriolet range, bringing GTI power to the brand's topless icon. There are no surprises here (apart from its existence, perhaps), with the new 2013 Golf GTI Cabriolet pinching the hatch's styling, features, and performance engine. Show More Summary
The new Golf GTI Cabriolet will be shown next week at the Geneva Motor Show. It uses the same 154 kW 2.0-litre turbocharged four as the GTI hatchback, mated to a six-speed manual or six-speed dual-clutch DSG gearbox, enabling a 0-100...Show More Summary
Who says you can't have the best of both worlds? Certainly not Volkswagen, which has just dropped the top on its new Golf GTI Cabriolet in advance of its debut at the rapidly approaching Geneva Motor Show. Previewed in concept form (alongside...Show More Summary
Volkswagen in the UK has for the first time, released photographs of the Golf GTI Cabriolet that will be unveiled next week at the Geneva Motor Show. Wearing the same soft top as the regular Golf Cabriolet that was launched … Continue reading ?
Volkswagen's Golf Cabriolet has a history, in this country at least, mostly defined by the hormonal and angry field hockey players who drove them. Thanks to its roll hoop it earned a nickname used by countless high school and college kids: Bitch Basket. The new Golf GTI Cabriolet swaps the bitchy attitude for a bitchin' 200-horsepower turbo-four. More »
Volkswagen is offering the GTI as a convertible for the first time ever.
Volkswagen officially pulled the cover of the 2012 Golf GTI Cabriolet today in advance of its public debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The latest Golf cabriolet is the fastest one to ever roll off the production line with some help from Volkswagen’s Grand Touring Injection branch. This is the first time in Volkswagen’s [...]
Volkswagen is likely to unveil a production version of a Golf GTI and R Cabriolet at next month’s Geneva Motorshow, according to AutoExpress. If it’s true, it will make for a pair of compelling sport convertibles from Volkswagen, something we haven’t … Continue reading ?
Posted on 02.7.2012 17:00 by Simona Filed under: Volkswagen | compact cars | convertible | Volkswagen Golf | Geneva Motor Show | 2012 | Cars | Car Reviews | Volkswagen Volkswagen already offers a Cabriolet version for their standard Golf VI model, but the 2012 Geneva Motor Show will set the stage for the unveiling of the GTI Convertible. Show More Summary
Volkswagen could be preparing to reveal a production version of last year's Golf Cabriolet GTI concept at the Geneva Motor Show next month, if reports out of the UK this week are to be believed. As a concept, the Cabrio GTI draws power from the GTI Edition 35's 175kW 2.0 litre turbo engine - a detuned version of the Golf R's 188/199kW mill. Show More Summary