New Volkswagen Models
Volkswagen has been making automotive record in Australia, since they introduced the first Beetle in 1951. From 1959 -1977 the company prided themselves on manufacturing German technology locally, through a market share next only to Holden. Famous for conveying superior fuel competence, dependability and user-friendliness to the Australian public, the company is still moving pioneering ideas to the road.
2012 Volkswagen amarok
The 2012 Volkswagen Amarok will be associated with an up-to-the-minute eight-speed automatic transmission. This will be the first and only Ute outfitted with an optional eight-speed auto, once it goes for sale in Australia next year.
The restructured model will appear with the introduction of a new flagship modification, called the Amarok TDI420.
The TDI420 will complement a new 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine, generating 132kW of power and 420Nm of torque. It’s this flagship that will in addition launch an eight-speed automatic transmission alternative.
The transmission will be the similar to ZF item utilized in Volkswagen’s biggest vehicle, Touareg SUV. The company states the transmission will offer better oil utilization and will make superior appliance of accessible torque.
Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition 35
Back in the summer of 1976, while the very first creation of Golf GTI was launched, no one ever would have guessed what Volkswagen had just unleashed. And therefore the first Golf GTI amazed everybody: consumers, opponents, the auto manufacturers and all those drivers of other sports cars, who had by no means heard of such a thing from Volkswagen. Ever since then, the GTI advanced to turn out to be one of the most successful compact sports cars in automotive record. Just 5,000 GTIs were designed, but until now the GTI of our day is now approaching the manufacturing milestone of two million units.
The latest Vw Golf GTI Edition 35 is proving the potential of this vehicle. As always, it has front-wheel drive and put forward high-quality footing, thanks to its XDL extended electronic differential lock. The Volkswagen changes its utmost torque of 300 Newton meters (2,400 to 5,200 rpm) into forward driving force. Following just 6.6 seconds, the Golf GTI Edition 35 exceeds the 100 km/h mark. No other GTI before it has been this forceful. An optional 6-speed DSG can move gears in a fraction of a second.
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