The Golf GTI lineup has been trimmed down for 2020, but many of the same basic features and option availability remains. The Autobahn trim is now a package, but the Rabbit special edition with its unique colors, gloss black wheels and mirror caps, and special spoiler, is a goner for 2020. Instead, you get a base trim a fabric interior, a 6.5-inch touchscreen, and a few more standard features with a more premium alternative available. The SE adds leather upholstery, a larger touchscreen, and access to a number of upgrades through the aforementioned Autobahn package. These include an improved sound system, dual-zone climate control, navigation, adaptive suspension dampers, and adaptive cruise control. The Autobahn package also adds lane-keep assist, parking sensors, park assist, and automatic high-beam assist. All variations of the 2020 GTI come with a 228 hp 2.0-liter turbo inline-four and each has the option of either a six-speed manual as standard or a seven-speed dual-clutch with stop-and-go and launch control.