CFC Reworks the Volkswagen Golf GTI

Tuning / Comments

With a healthy helping of urban art styling, a ten-grand sound system, and modest power boost, this GTI demands respect.

CFC, or Car Film Components, is a German outfit specializing in vinyl wraps and also occasionally offers complete tunes. Its latest project marks the second time the firm has tackled a VW Golf GTI and the results are pretty impressive. The standout feature on the hatchback's body is the comic-book wrap that adorns the passenger side front fender, GTI logos, fuel cap, and the inner section of the lower front grille. A matte grey vinyl wrap covers the majority of the body, while the roof and exterior mirror caps are finished in high gloss black carbon-fiber.

The car also gets a carbon-fiber body kit made up of a front lip spoiler, side skirts, rear diffuser, and pink-tinted fog lamps. These supposedly match the pink 19-inch alloys, although clash pretty badly with the red variants. Tinted rear windows complete the exterior enhancements, while the only upgrade made to the interior is a top-of-the-line, 10,000-Euros audio system by MK SoundStyle. In terms of the performance, a high-performance braking system and lowered suspension with APX AP coilovers and H&R stabilizers has been fitted.

An MR Car Design power kit upgrades the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine from 207hp and 207lb-ft of torque to 266hp and 295lb-ft. Sans the sound system, the tuning package will set interested parties back 12,900 Euros.

Supercar Showdown: McLaren Artura Vs. Acura NSX Vs. Porsche 911 Turbo
Supercar Showdown: McLaren Artura Vs. Acura NSX Vs. Porsche 911 Turbo
13 Future Cars We Can't Wait To See On The Road
13 Future Cars We Can't Wait To See On The Road
CFC Styling Station Neuss
CFC Styling Station Neuss

Join The Discussion

Gallery

11
Photos