This VW Golf 7 GTI Performance Produces 3.500 Watt Music Power
The Cologne-based company Mac Audio has outfitted the new Golf GTI 7 Performance with extreme sound system and the final result is a brutal power-sound.
The aftermarket specialist has installed three powerful, high performance amplifiers of the reliable Titanium series to ignite ten speakers. The company used two identical Titanium Pro 2.0 Amps, in order to transmit the sound to the front- and rear end system. The third one, a digital sub-woofer amplifier Titanium Pro 1.0, according to Mac Audio it runs at 1 Ohm and stays absolutely sovereign even during large voltage peaks. A couple of passive subwoofers with a 300mm membrane each ensure a maximum acoustic level. All of that is good for 3.500 watt music power, which is quite impressive.
The striking vinyl wrapping distinguishes the vehicle from the standard model, while a set of 19-inch Oxigin 21 Oxflow rims, in titan brush, wrapped in Yokohama Advan Fleva rubber rounds up the visual modifications.
In addition to the brutal sound performance, Mac Audio also has enhanced the car with KW coilover suspension system level 1, which makes it sit closer to the ground.
The tuner’s latest creation is even more powerful and instead of the stock 230 hp and 350 Nm, now delivers 300 hp and 450 Nm. All this extra oomph has been achieved by adjusting the engine electronics, optimizing the intake channels and installing a handcrafted stainless steel exhaust system.