North German entertainer: Golf VII-Styling from Ingo Noak Tuning!
Talking of design, VW Golf has never being a big hit in the sports category. On the contrary, all seven generations have been characterized by the conservative bodywork form aimed at simply avoiding polarization by hook or by crook. This, perhaps, is also the recipe for success of the manufacturer from Wolfsburg which has seen the Golf maintaining a monopolistic grip on the first place of German licensing statistics since several decades.
At the company of the tuning and styling specialists of Ingo Noak Tuning from far up northern Germany, the basic idea was however, not to be content with the classical bodywork dress of the current Golf generation! IN Tuning developed a front spoiler for the front of the Golf, which fitted perfectly well and with millimeter precision, into the form language of the compact classics manufactured in Wolfsburg. Moreover, there is a set of classical headlight masks for the aggressive looks of the front side. Equally classical are the RS V2 side skirts that are responsible for the visual lowering of the Golf VII silhouette.
The North Germans clearly upgraded the rear with a special R-look rear apron, which perfectly harmonizes withthe company's own North Exhaust R32-looks exhaust system with three-inches-big pipes and special titanium tail pipes. A diffusor is currently being prepared for the popular right/left exhaust gas guide.
The optical package is rounded up by a roof-edge spoiler for a little more down-thrust on the rear axle. Schmidt XS5 light alloy wheels with rim stars painted black rotate in the wheel houses all-round in the dimension 9×20 inches with tires of size 235/30R20. Ingo Noak Tuning also installed a tried and tested KW Inox Line variation 1 coilover kit for the lowering of the Golf chassis and boosting of the driving dynamics factor.
The IN Tuning Golf VII is driven by a 1.4 TSI engine which propels the front wheels with a capacity of 140 horse power and a maximum torque of 250 Nm ex-factory. Using a performance boosting module, the RaceChip Ultimate, the North Germans teased out a few more horse power from the 1.4-liter engine and now, approximately 179 horse power and 315 Nm pull the drive shafts!