Folia-Project - VW Golf 6R with foliation on the C-pillar

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Who doesn't feel that way - almost every day you think about what you can change on your vehicle in order to move away from the production model! Ok, at least that's how I feel with my vehicle and when we look at the following vehicle, the owner seems to think relatively similarly. And which option is basically the most noticeable when it comes to achieving the clearest effect with a relatively low budget and letting the production model move into the distance? With partial or complete foiling or painting, of course! The former is of course the much more practical and less expensive method, which can also be removed with almost no residue. A high-quality film makes it possible to own a completely different car within a few hours, at least from the outside.

Foliation Folia-Project VW Golf 6R MK6 Tuning KW (2)

We found a great example in the form of a VW Golf 6R that was created by the team around the film professionals from Folia-Project and has been given a look. The team gave the "R" a C-pillar film in blackbrushed steel including advertising in matt aluminum gray! Of course, it is of course the Folia-Project the foiling, as has already been proven in the usual flawless quality, that goes without saying and should be a matter of course on a 6 series in the "R" version. The tuner recently presented the pictures of this vehicle on its website and of course we have to show them to you.

We already know a few details about the foiling and we have also made ourselves smart about any further modifications to the MK6. We have listed what we were able to find out for you in a small summary below. Should you discover any further changes, we would be delighted if you let us know in the "comment box".

If you have more tuned vehicles like this one VW Golf 7 GTI with SZ / Designfolierung from Folia-Project just click on the photo reference below on the tuner name!

(Photos: Folia Project)

These are the details about the Golf:

  • C-pillar foiling in blackbrushed steel including advertising in matt aluminum gray (further matt black foiling all around designer Folia Projekt By Patrick Rapp and Alex Raststätter)
  • dark taillights
  • black VW emblem
  • Lowering (KW coilover kit Plug & Play)
  • Window tinting on the B-pillar in 95% Reflex
  • Performance increase - (Chiptuning software adjustment to approx. 300+ PS)
  • DTH sports exhaust system (handcrafted 76mm from Turbo, 101mm ESD)

Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.

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Note: We ask for your understanding if not all tuning details are optimally translated. Sometimes we receive the information about the vehicles in a wide variety of national languages ​​and we have our dear need to conjure up something understandable from it. We are always grateful for corrections, so don't be afraid to share them. It's best if you subscribe to ours Feed and will automatically be informed as soon as there is something new for this post, and of course also to all other contributions. Maybe you also want to read a report from other car brands? Apart from the above manufacturer, you'll wonder what vehicles these days coilovers, alloy wheels, Chiptuning and the craziest foiling built in & attached. Have a look at the following manufacturers:
ALFA ROMEO, ALPINA, AUDI, BMWCADILLACCHEVROLET, CHRYSLER, CITROËN, DACIADAEWOODODGEFIATFORDHONDAHYUNDAIINFINITIISUZUJAGUARJEEPKIALANCIALAND ROVERLEXUSMaseratiMAZDAMERCEDESMINIMITSUBISHINISSANOPELPEUGEOTPORSCHERENAULTSAABSEATSKODASMARTSUBARUSUZUKITATATOYOTAVAUXHALLVOLVOVW and for ALL your others.
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2 comments

  1. DTH exhaust system handcrafted 76mm from Turbo, 101mm ESD. KW coilover kit plug & play. Software adjustment to approx. 300+ hp. Designer Folia Projekt By Patrick Rapp and Alex Raststätter.

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