For the 2007 Model Year, VW is introducing some new special editions to the mix.Â The familiar “Wolfsburg Edition” returns in the form of a specially-badged 2.5L Jetta that also features 16″ alloys, a sunroof, leatherette (we won’t call it pleather…oh wait, did we just do that?) seats, the winter package and upgraded floormats. Depending on the tranny buyers shoose, it’ll retail for either $19,360 or $20,435. Five color combos are available. Continue reading The 07 VW Special Editions: Wolfsburg, Farenheit, and Triple White
Day: October 10, 2006
Toyota will begin selling their newest iteration of the Corolla in Japan later this month and the image above is a stark departure from the recently debuted Auris concept in Paris. The new JDM Corolla is a subtle redesign and will not form the basis for future sedans sold stateside, which will draw more cues from the Auris and come equipped with a 2-liter engine. Continue reading Toyota releases new Corolla in Japan
Dahlback Racing, Swedish tuners of all things German, has tuned this 2004 Volkswagen Golf to 900 break-horsepower. The computer-controlled twin turbochargers vary the boost to channel anywhere between 600 and 900 horses to the tarmac through 285/30-ZR20 Bridgestone Potenza S-02 riding on twenty-inch rims. All that power is enough to propel the smokin’ hot hatch to 60 in 4.5 seconds on to a top speed of 183 mph, which is impressive, but you’d think it could do better with that kind of juice. Continue reading 900 holes of Golf, anyone?