The Volkswagen Golf GTI VI Street represents a customization proposal developed by apprentices aged 19 to 22 that brought it at Worthersee this year for the GTI Meet. Completing the Volkswagen Golf GTI VI Street took almost three months and the whole project was supervised by professional VW trainers. We think they done a great job especially to the engine’s power that was boosted from its regular 2.0-litre TFSI 200 hp (147 kW) unit to a 301 hp (221 kW) little beast that is linked to a six-speed manual gearbox.
Exterior elements on the Volkswagen Golf GTI VI Street include a new front apron and rear spoiler, a custom painted bonnet, xenon headlamps, an electric glass roof and stainless steel exhaust pipes plus custom 19 inch rims wrapped in Pirelli tyres . As far as performance mods besides the more powerful engine the young tuners fitted the Volkswagen Golf GTI VI Street with better brakes and an adjustable suspension system.

Source: Volkswagen