Volkswagen has introduced a new Clubsport variant of its latest Golf GTI.
Moving on from the original Clubsport which was first released in 2016, the new car brings more power and a series of other dynamic changes which help to make it even sharper than the regular GTI.
The exterior of the car is strikingly different from the standard GTI.
It receives huge front air intakes and a two-part roof spoiler, while 18in alloy wheels come fitted as standard.
A unique diffuser and wider side sills also help to give the Clubsport a wider, more muscular appearance.
Underneath the bonnet sits a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine with 296bhp – up from the standard GTI’s 242bhp – driven to the wheels via a seven-speed automatic gearbox.
Gear selectors behind the steering wheel are also fitted as standard, giving the driver better control over the car’s gears.
No manual version is due to be offered.