The Volkswagen Golf VII has received a rather interesting customization program from Low-Car-Scene and BlackBox-Richter.

The model in question is a 32,000 EUR three-door Golf VII Highline fitted with a 1.4-liter TSI engine producing 140 HP (103 kW). It has standard goodies such as bi-xenon headlamps, LED daytime running lights, rear view camera, keyless go, navigation system with color display, leather upholstery and multifunction steering wheel.

Changes include 20-inch Rotiform three-piece forged wheels which cost 6,000 EUR, an air ride system dubbed RideAir Version 3 (priced at 3,600 EUR) and a front bumper with the lower part joined by the front bumper of the Golf VI R-Line. The tuners also welded the hood and front bumper, while the original grill was extended and the VW logo plus rear wiper were removed for a cleaner look.

The entire project took three weeks to complete. More details can be found in the press release section.

Gallery: Volkswagen Golf VII Light-Tron by Low-Car-Scene and BlackBox-Richter [video]

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