The latest chapter in the chronicle of the legendary car Citi
With the introduction of a limited edition called the Citi Mk1 Volkswagen of South Africa pays homage to the original Golf 1 Only 1,000 of these collectibles are finding their way into the hands of car enthusiasts in South Africa and around the world.
The introduction of the completion of the Mk1 Citi series is an appropriate gesture for the adoption and the final chapter of the tailgate top-selling vehicle in the automotive history of South Africa. Since the introduction of the Golf 1 in South Africa in 1978, Volkswagen of South Africa 377,484 and a total of 517,384 Citi Golf A1 produced (), including Citi. The Volkswagen plant in Uitenhage of South Africa was the only work of the Volkswagen Group, in which the production was continued to the legendary Golf A1 under the pseudonym of the Citi brand. Citi made his first appearance on the streets of South Africa in 1984, six years after the introduction of the Golf 1 in South Africa.
Over a period of 25 years, the Citi line was constantly refreshed and with limited special models kept alive. The latest and final limited edition series of Citi, which is Citi Mk1, with a 1.6 i engine available, the minutes at 5400 rpm achieved a power of 74 kW. Equipped with 15-inch alloy wheels, he also impressed with a polished exhaust tailpipes, dark-tinted tail lights, dual headlights and chrome trim around the grille. The sides are provided with strips of chrome foil in the GT-style. Mk1 Citi is only offered in two finishes: Black and Shadow Blue Metallic.
It will be built only 1,000 cars, and each of them is identified by a serial number that is embossed in the dashboard on the passenger side, and is integrated with the unique design of the Mk1 logo on the outside.
- Volkswagen Germany