Volkswagen has just announced the 2021 Volkwagen Golf GTI Clubsport as a hotter version of the current Volkwagen Golf GTI. The hot hatch uses the same 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine as the Golf GTI. while this engine pumps out 242 hp and 370 nm of torque on the GTI, Volkswagen increased the output to 296 hp and 400 nm for the Clubsport version. The engine is connected to the wheels via 7-speed dual-clutch transmission that transferred power to the front wheels.
VW Golf GTI can hit 100 kph in 6.0 seconds and reach the top speed of 250 kph. VW raised the engine output by using a larger intercooler, a new turbocharger from Continental, and a software update. Design-wise the VW GTI Clubsport features a new front bumper, a new set of 19-inch wheels, and a rear spoiler.
Other highlights are tuned ABS and ESP, VAQ electromechanical locking front differential, increased camber at the front, a new control arms mount at the rear, The Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) system, and a new springs.