The Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI is a Volkswagen concept hot hatch that first appears in Asphalt 8: Airborne. The Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI is the only Volkswagen hot hatch in the Asphalt series and the car is based on the seventh generation Volkswagen Golf GTI.
The Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI is a concept car made by Volkswagen before the production of the seventh generation Volkswagen Golf GTI. Another concept car is based on the Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI, the Volkswagen GTI Roadster are both the concept cars made by Volkswagen. The Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI is the replacement of the Volkswagen Golf GTI (Typ 5K). The Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI's design is based on the Volkswagen Golf GTI (Typ 5G). The Volkswagen Golf GTI (Typ 5G) shares its platform with the Audi S3 Mk3 and the SEAT Léon Cupra Mk3 and it uses a Volkswagen engine.
Advertising text from Gameloft Confidential on June 12th 2015:
- Discover the true definition of power with the impressive Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI. This concept car is able to unleash a massive total of 503 horsepower, and to reach 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds. Consistently ranked at the top of the C Class, the performance and sporty look of the Design Vision GTI will easily convince every sports-car lover.
Released as the second highest-ranked C Class car at its release on August 2nd, only behind the AC 378 GT Z, the Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI is the most expensive car for its rank and also the least effective car bought by tokens.
Being a hatchback, despite its powerful V6 engine putting over 503hp, the Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI starts with a acceleration of 3.90s. Top Speed of this car is good at start, at 300km/h, but falls short with its high starting rank and low upgrade effects. The handling, being a Front-engined Four-Wheel drive, does suffer from its weight like the Ford Focus RS. Nitro of this car is very powerful; it helps its acceleration keep up with the Felino cB7. However, the duration of its nitro cannot help, being as short as the Camaro Z/28. This owes to the fact that the Golf GTI shares its nitro boost with the Camaro Z/28.