Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport (2025)

Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport (2025)

he new VW Golf GTI Clubsport was unveiled on the Ring Boulevard at the legendary race track in the Eifel region in front of an enthusiastic crowd of motorsport fans. They were the first to get a look at the new enhanced model which, with its completely redesigned front end, now looks even more powerful and distinctive. The standard LED Plus headlights have been revamped. For the first time, the vehicle also features the illuminated VW logo at the front. A large roof spoiler at the rear ensures maximum downforce. The LED tail light clusters have also been redesigned.

Designed for performance inside and out
The 19-inch Queenstown alloy wheels are also new. With their striking design of five oval semi-circles, they evoke the classic Detroit wheel, which was introduced for the fifth-generation Golf GTI. As a further option, the Golf GTI Clubsport can now be configured with the new 19-inch Warmenau forged wheel. With a weight of only eight kilograms per wheel rim, the forged wheels reduce the unsprung masses and thus optimise performance. The Golf GTI Clubsport’s various functions and systems are coordinated using a newly developed multifunction leather sports steering wheel and a new infotainment system. It is intuitive and makes it possible for the driver to concentrate even better on the road ahead. The new top-of-the-range GTI model also features the new IDA voice assistant with ChatGPT integration.

Impressive performance
The new Golf GTI Clubsport is as impressive inside as out: the GTI turbocharged engine (EA888 LK3 evo4) delivers a torque of 400 Nm and an output of 221 kW (300 PS), which are brought to the road via an electronically controlled front differential lock. The DCC adaptive chassis control is available as optional equipment.

Another highlight of the Golf GTI Clubsport is the exclusive Special driving profile. This matches systems relevant for driving dynamics to the special track characteristics of the Nürburgring – in order to compensate for the undulations typical of the Nordschleife, maximum performance is achieved by means of a specific vertical setup of the DCC adaptive chassis control and a modified lateral dynamics setup of the standard Vehicle Dynamics Manager. The Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport accelerates from a standstill to 100 km/h in 5.6 seconds; the top speed of this most powerful of GTIs is electronically limited to 250 km/h. However, this limit can be lifted with the Race package – which raises the top speed to 267 km/h.


  • Redesigned front end
  • LED Plus headlights
  • Illuminated VW logo
  • Large rear roof spoiler
  • Redesigned LED tail lights


  • 19-inch Queenstown alloy wheels
  • Optional: 19-inch Warmenau forged wheels (8 kg per rim)


  • New leather sports steering wheel
  • Updated infotainment system
  • IDA voice assistant with ChatGPT integration

Engine and Performance:

  • Turbocharged engine (300 PS)
  • Torque: 400 Nm
  • Front differential lock
  • Optional: Adaptive chassis control (DCC)
  • 0-100 km/h: 5.6 seconds
  • Top speed: 250 km/h (267 km/h with Race package)

Driving Features:

  • Special Nürburgring driving profile
  • Adaptive chassis control setup for track dynamics

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