All Volkswagen GTX models have been further refined with previously optional packages, Design and Comfort, now becoming standard equipment. All standard specification on the sporty GTX models now include features such as heated front seats, climate comfort windscreen, and two USB-C interfaces to name but a few.
Included as standard now will be darkened side and rear windows, a variable centre console, the Air Care Climatronic air-conditioning system with active combination filter, stationary air conditioning and two-zone temperature control.
Inside, the signature black and red GTX colours are elevated, sporting new features for the interior. The dash panel and door trim are now black. Red decorative seams throughout the interior visually emphasise its sportiness and can be found on the black leather steering wheel, among other places.
The optional premium sports seats are also decorated with red seams, piping, and logo, as well as a felled seam all the way around.
But on the outside, black sets the accents: roof frame strip, C-pillar, exterior mirrors and diffuser now shine in glossy black. Glossy 21-inch rims in a black design are available on request.
Together with the standard black roof paint and the darkened windows, this results in a progressive and elegant appearance.
The sporty GTX brand with its all-electric performance models has been part of Volkswagen’s portfolio for over a year. The dynamic vehicles combine electromobility, sustainability and intelligent sportiness. Their dynamic design also emphasises the special character and recognition value of high-quality GTX models.
In future, every ID. series will have its own GTX model. Keep an eye on Hippo Leasing for news on UK specs and prices for the ID.4, and ID.5 GTX models, coming soon.