Two tuning houses join forces to transform the new-gen VW Golf.
Recently voted Car of the Year, the Volkswagen Golf MkVII is proving to be a popular car with the aftermarket community too, and in this particular instance has been worked on by two separate tuning outfits. The first, Austrian-based Blackbox-Richter, added a special 3M phosphor-foil that turns the Golf green in the dark and that is contrasted by signal red banners and wheels; the latter of which is accentuated by mudguard-mounted LED lighting.
Low Car Scene is responsible for the body modifications including the addition of a new bumper taken off a previous-gen Golf R-Line, while the original grille has been extended with struts in order to remove the VW logo. The transformation is complete with a set of 20-inch three-piece Rotiform alloys and a new air suspension.