• Apr 8, 2010
Revozport Golf Razor – Click above for high-res image gallery

Just because you didn't buy the full-bore GTI when the sixth-generation Golf hit dealers doesn't mean you can't have some added aftermarket hotness. Revozport has just launched its new Razor package which can be fitted to the entire Golf lineup, including TDI models.

Appearance wise, Revozport offers three different stages of customization. Stage I, retailing for $2,333, includes a kevlar hood, new front bumper with LED running lights and an adjustable splitter, and a rear bumper treatment with a new diffuser below. Opting for Stage II ($3,526) adds a roof spoiler, fender treatment and side skirt kit to the Stage I goodies, and the top-rung Stage III ($4,474) includes carbon fiber touches (including a roof) and underspoilers for both the rear diffuser and the left and right flanks. Don't want the whole package deal? Revozport would be happy to sell these items individually, as well.

Customers who order the complete Stage III kit get some added dynamic improvements, as well. Revozport increases the front and rear tracks by 25 and 35 millimeters, respectively, allowing owners to fit more aggressive tires. What's more, the tuning company is currently working on a 290-horsepower engine mapping system, complete with an exhaust upgrade and an intercooler. A costly addition, no doubt, but it'll sure make your GTI scream. Hit the jump to read the full details in the press release.



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REVOZPORT's VW Golf VI GTi Razor

With more than 6 months of development and testing from the design concept of the Golf RZR launched in January 2010. The styling kit has finally come to its final production model and has been renamed to "Razor" for its aggressive and sharp edged design.

The Razor styling kit is available for the full line of Golf VI and offer 3 different stages of complete kit catering owners from just a simple unique touch for their everyday use car to those horsepower craver owners who needs to keep their 300+ horsepower front wheels with traction. The highlight feature of this styling has got to be the front bumper's LED Daylight Driving Light and the adjustable front splitter. The LED light is designed to fit to the exact curvature of the front bumper and not disturbing the original lines. The front splitter has 2 adjustment for different downforce setting and a good option for those who often have trouble with ramps. The 3 different stages complete kit all offer the approx 4kg lightweight carbon Kevlar reinforced bonnet and the front and rear bumper as standard.

What's more, featuring in the Stage III complete kit. The front and rear wheel tracks are now 25mm and 35mm wider than normal allowing owners to fit staggered wheels and much wider tires. The Golf Razor here is fitted with 235/40/19 with 8.5J and 255/35/19 with 9.5J. Thanks to the 8pcs add-on fender trims with side skirts. With this footwork setup Revozport is now working on a 290hp engine mapping, exhaust system and intercooler.

Pricing is now available from Revozport's website here:
www.revozport.com/golf6


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      • 4 Years Ago
      Mew. I had a 84 GTI and 87 16V GTI, after that they pretty much became invisible to me. The designs seemed to have lost their quirky character and become more mainstream. Bring on the Fiat 500 Abarth SS.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Saving weight up front with the kevlar hood seems like a psitive benefit. The rest is for poseurs. The aero stuff will help little in real life. The chin spoiler is bodyman gold. The first 7-11 visit will cost you 600 bucks.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Meh too "fast and furious" for me... VW's are all about smooth OEM+ styling/less is more/down and out... this is a bit too busy for my liking...
      • 4 Years Ago
      Some pretty nice visual mod's would also love to see them offer a ecu re-map for more power on the TDI's!
      • 4 Years Ago
      Race Inspired Cosmetic Enhancements?
      billmalibu
      • 4 Years Ago
      If you don't like their Golf kits, you could always buy their dishes or bar stools instead. Quite an interesting website. Diverse product offerings to say the least.

      I'd love to get a Kevlar hood for my car(s) if it was solid and didn't flap around at speed. Maybe if they get bored making housewares they will offer lightweight products for more vehicle lines.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I wish they did this to the Audi A3 instead. That car needs some love.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Sweet! Seems like everyone is doing the LED light thing. Is there an option to remove indash screen?
        • 4 Years Ago
        I like that front chin! (though the LEDs could go)
      • 4 Years Ago
      Someone should tell them this is a front drive car, so you don't need wider rear tires.
      If you do, then you seriously fouled up the suspension system.

      Oh, but it is deep dish... The only deep dish I like is pizza.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Looks good, and even better with those BBS wheels. Wonder if they got a kit for my car.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Might be cool if this "performance" car had a real limited slip...
      • 4 Years Ago
      6 Weeks To Great Golf
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