Volkswagen Golf VII receives minor styling tweaks from RDX

Volkswagen Golf VII by RDX
Volkswagen Golf VII by RDX

New spoilers, side skirts and rear apron

RDX has developed a few aftermarket parts for the recently introduced Volkswagen Golf VII.

The seventh generation of the Golf has only been on the market for a couple of months and it has already grabbed the attention of tuners. Aftermarket specialist RDX has prepared several parts to provide the German hatchback with a sportier appearance.

They offer a wide variety of products, starting with two different front spoilers, a set of eyebrows, restyled side skirts, a new roof spoiler and a custom rear apron. The two front spoilers and the rear one are manufactured from polyurethane plastics. All components are made in Germany.

Source: RDX

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alihijazi alihijazi
The Golf was always pretty when it is GTI or Modified / Tuned the CL version were always dull
Dec 31st, 2012 11:03am
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Prestige15 Prestige15
Good attempt but its still a bland car
Dec 28th, 2012 10:17am
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GTurbo GTurbo
I am a big fan of design evolution and the Golf, now in its 7th generation, along with the timeless 911 shape, represent the design philosophy best. The comparison is even more apt now they are part of the same company. The mirror-effect of the headlights and rear light clusters are just trademark design details that make the latest iteration look sharp-suited though more of the same. Tasteful RDX tuning tweaks maintain subtle styling tradition by VW.
Dec 27th, 2012 5:54pm
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Beybaba Beybaba
Hmm.. OK.
Dec 27th, 2012 5:47pm
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