2013 Volkswagen Golf Vll Light-Tron by Low-Car-Scene and BlackBox-Richter review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 2 May 2013 , 07:05:19 byEmil

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Volkswagen Golf Vll Light-Tron by Low-Car-Scene and BlackBox-Richter

Time has come for us to see some interesting new elements offered from Low-Car-Scene and BlackBox-Richter for the German model Volkswagen Golf VII. Actually, this model appeared on the market since the end of 2012 and was elected as the European car of the year as well also World Car of the Year. This is the third model that German carmaker has built using the MQB new platform. This only means modular transverse matrix.

Now, the foliation of the vehicle requires around three days of work, but in the end the model turns into quite a luxurious vehicle. The engineers that make all these possible are the ones from BclaBox-Richter from the Austrian Schardenberg. Originally, the VW was developed in deep black pearl effect and now it is filed with a special phosphor-foil from 3M. This actually means it receives mirrors and door handles from the tuner. In the advertising, the banners are applied in signal red foil as a perfect contrast, the inner and outer wheel beds are also provided with this special foil and the centers of the lacquered are in signal red. On the inside, the new model receives a completely uniform light charge thanks to LED-lighting. Low-Car-Scene has also offered some upgrades and the new 1.4-liter Golf VII TSI Highline capable of generating 140 horsepower also features rear view camera, leather trim with massage sits, Keyless Go start automatic, navigation system with color display, Bi-xenon-head lamps with LED-Daytime Running. The model also comes with a multifunctional steering and it carries a starting price of EUR32.000. The front bumper has been cut apart and the lower approach was joined together with Golf VI R-line-bumper. These are all the info on the model, for the moment.