Ingo Noak-tuned Volkswagen Golf VII 1.4 TSI

Ingo Noak-tuned Volkswagen Golf 7 front quarter

German tuner, Ingo Noak Tuning has rolled out their tuning programme for the Volkswagen Golf VII and the first thing they did was jazz up the Golf’s “conservative bodywork”.

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Ingo Noak-tuned Volkswagen Golf 7 rear quarter

The custom made body kit is comprised of a front spoiler, chunky side skirts and a MkVI Golf R-style rear apron with 3-inch centrally-mounted titanium exhaust system. There is also a new roof-mounted spoiler, headlights eyebrows and 20-inch Schmidt XS5 lightweight black alloy wheels shod in 235/30 R20 tyres.

To give the Golf a lowered stance and improve dynamics, Ingo Noak installed a tried and tested KW Inox Line variation 1 coilover kit.

Ingo Noak-tuned Volkswagen Golf 7 rear apron

To match the racier looks, a RaceChip Ultimate performance boosting module takes care of teasing out a few more horses from the Golf’s 1.4-litre TSI engine. Power is up from 103kW (140 bhp) and 250Nm (184 lb-ft) to 133kW (179 bhp) and 315Nm (232 lb-ft).

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