2020 VW GTI Rabbit Edition Hatch With Black Accents Review, Specs, & Release Date Rumours

2020 VW GTI Rabbit Edition Hatch With Black Accents Review, Specs, & Release Date Rumours – Volkswagen of America celebrates its past with the intro of the 2020 GTI Rabbit Edition that harkens back to the original iteration of the German warm hatch. The model slots in among the base S quality and mid-range SE.

VW GTI Rabbit Edition 2020 VW GTI Rabbit Edition Hatch With Black Accents Review, Specs, & Release Date Rumours

VW GTI Rabbit Edition

2020 VW GTI Rabbit Edition Hatch With Black Accents Review

The Rabbit Edition dresses in black over its 18-inch wheels with five units of dual spokes, rear spoiler, and looking glass caps. LED headlights with the company’s Adaptive Front-lighting System arrives standard. The body is available in Cornflower Blue, Urano Grey, Pure White, and Deep Black Pearl. On the inside, there are red-stitched floor mats and Rabbit seat labels. For a boost in tech, the bunny-designed model becomes keyless accessibility with push-button start, front assist, blind place monitor, and rear traffic alert.

VW GTI Rabbit Edition Interior 2020 VW GTI Rabbit Edition Hatch With Black Accents Review, Specs, & Release Date Rumours

VW GTI Rabbit Edition Interior

Irrespective of trim, all examples of the 2020 VW GTI now feature a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 228 horsepower (170 kilowatts), instead of 220 hp (164 kW) from last year’s model. Much more powerful brakes from the Golf R are also now standard, and there’s a mechanized differential. The blend of forwarding collision warning, autonomous unexpected emergency braking with pedestrian monitoring, sightless spot monitor, and rear traffic alert is now optionally available on the S model but standard on the rest of the lineup.

VW GTI Rabbit Edition Engine 2020 VW GTI Rabbit Edition Hatch With Black Accents Review, Specs, & Release Date Rumours

VW GTI Rabbit Edition Engine

VW is also announcing some updates for the rest of the 2020 model year lineup. Among them, the Golf and Golf SportWagen now get the 1.4-liter four-cylinder from the 2020 Jetta that produces 147 horsepower (110 kW) and 184 pound-feet (250 Newton-meters) of torque. In addition, the vast majority of the range now comes standard with forwarding collision caution, autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian checking, sightless spot keep track of, and rear. The models include Atlas, Golf, Golf Alltrack, Golf SportWagen, previously mentioned GTI, and Passat. All examples of the Beetle and Beetle Convertible get Blind Spot Keep track of and Rear Traffic, too.

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