The tuner introduced for the new VW Golf spectacular and inexpensive body kitJune 15, 2020
The German tuning studio Ingo Noak, together with a Volkswagen dealer, has developed an aerodynamic body kit for the new generation of the compact VW Golf hatchback. The price of body kit elements is very affordable.
The beginning of June of this year is very important, as restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic began to weaken in some parts of the world. For those who have already managed to order a completely new generation of Volkswagen Golf Mk8 2020 model year hatchback, the German tuning studio has prepared a spectacular and inexpensive aerodynamic body kit.
The guys from Ingo Noak offer custom aerodynamic body kits for the eighth generation Golf hatchback.
With 20 years of experience developing and manufacturing various aerodynamic components, Ingo Noak body kits were developed in conjunction with Autohaus Gerken, a dealer center in Germany that serves Volkswagen and SEAT cars. Most of the parts for the Golf 8 offered by the tuner are made of a thermoplastic polymer called acrylonitrile butadiene styrene or ABS, which has a fairly affordable price.
For example, the price of the side parts of the rear diffuser starts at 79 euros at the current exchange rate. This price, however, does not include 19% VAT and shipping. The front lip of the spoiler without a “wing” is estimated at 159 euros. Side skirts are also available, with or without a wing, they can be bought for 169 euros. All three of these elements are available in glossy black, matte black and carbon fiber trim.
Probably my favorite piece of custom body kit is the rear wing diffusers that add a bit of sportiness to the Golf Mk8 hatchback. This exterior assembly is sold for 179 euros.
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