This is Volkswagen’s first commercial for the brand-new, sixth-generation Golf GTI that just went on sale across Europe (North American sales will commence this summer). Shot at a port location in Long Beach, California, the German advert shows a driver fooling around with the Golf GTI. At the end of the video, the young passenger who appears to be the driver’s son, asks for the keys only to be shunned. The video ends with the ticker “Nur fur Fortgeschrittene” which translates to only for advanced (drivers).
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The Audi RS6 Avant can be ordered with 440 mm carbon ceramic brakes and 10-piston calipers.
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Thanks to its design, the new airbag offers better protection in the event of an angled frontal collision.
This lightly modified Huracan Performante crossed the half-mile line at 168 mph which, in our books, is pretty fast.