Volkswagen Golf VII by Ingo Noak

25 Mar 2014 6:32 pm | Cars, Volkswagen

Ingo Noak is a newly discovered German tuning garage, trying to make a name for itself. They’re attempting that right now by revealing revealed a new styling package for the seventh generation of Volkswagen Golf vehicles. The tuner has developed a body kit for the Golf which includes a new front bumper and splitter, side skirts, a modified rear bumper with an integrated diffuser and headlight lids.Don’t forget the rear foo spoiler.

The Golf was fitted with a bespoke sport exhaust system, similar to that of the Golf R, which features two central Titanium tail pipes. The Volkswagen rides on a sweet sef of 20-inch five-spoke light alloys, finished in black and designed by Schmidt. If this wasn’t enough, the Golf 7 was also equipped with a KW Inox Line variation 1 coil-over kit, which allows for adjusting of riding height.

But let’s talk about the huge elephant in the room: power. Thanks to the remapped ECU developed by RaceChip, the 1.4 TSI engine fitted on the Golf develops 179 hp and 315 Nm of torque. Ingo Noak hasn’t announced a price-tag for their cool ride, which isn’t so cool to begin with, but I hope they will really son. Judging by the looks of things, I can’t wait for their next project.