Like the first generation launched in 2016, ClubSport is intended to be the pinnacle of GTI performance, allowing drivers to be as close to Volkswagen’s top golf r as possible, rather than overlapping experiences. Its 2.0L turbocharged I4 delivers a maximum of 296 horsepower and 295 LB ft of torque, as well as a new vehicle dynamics manager that can communicate with all electromechanical components to get the performance of the super standard GTI. < / P > < p > as you can see, VW intends to stimulate every inch of GTI ClubSport’s performance, so it even has a specially designed Nurburgring model to cope with Germany’s power crazy 13 mile track. The previous GTI ClubSport set a lap speed record for the front drive car as early as 2016, and the new version will be even better. < / P > < p > although the vehicle shown here is a near production prototype, almost everything it shows will come to consumers. The body will be more aggressive with two roof spoilers and a front splitter to increase downforce. The 18 inch alloy is standard, with a unique set of exhaust pipes, and the body is reduced by 0.4 inches. < / P > < p > there are many ClubSport specific elements in the car, such as a sports steering wheel with perforated leather and a large pedal designed for a standard seven speed dual clutch automatic transmission. Sports seats have more support. The eighth generation of golf has brought a considerable leap forward in the cabin design. < / P > < p > it is reported that GTI Club Sport is likely not to enter the US market. In fact, many golf variants have not entered the market. When the eighth generation Golf is launched in the United States, it will have only GTI and R options. Global Tech