The seventh generation 2015 Volkswagen GTI doesn’t, at first, looks any different from the previous six generations. Even with the body shape not looking like much has changed, the GTI is wider but lower looking and weights less. The interior, like the exterior, is relatively “boring” and looks plain. The 2015 Volkswagen GTI does improve its engine to a 210 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque which is a 10 horsepower and 51 pound-feet improvement compared to the last engine. The performance on the car is 0 to 60 in just under 6.2 seconds. If you wait more towards the end of the year, you’ll have an additional option to improve your GTI with a new performance package which includes an extra 10 horsepower, larder front brake rotors, and the limited-slip differential. The additional option for the GTI and the pricing on three and five-doors has not been priced yet, but the base price for the current seventh generation 2015 Volkswagen GTI is estimated to be about $25,000.