An acronym is a word formed from the initial components of a name or longer phrase, usually using individual initial letters. If you are a #VWLover it is important that you know some terms that can help you better understand the description of the car you want.
Today we explain some of the most frequent acronyms in Volkswagen, a leader in the automotive sector. Reach for a paper and pencil, take notes because they are very useful data if you are passionate about cars.
Surely you have seen these acronyms in some Volkswagen model, do you know what it means? Mk is an acronym used mainly in North America, the word "Mark" or "Mark" is a generation and represents a redesign.
Many of the European brands and some Volkswagen models usually refer to cars by their generation. For example, the Golf MkVII or mark 7. Did you already know this information?
GLI is an acronym used to refer in English to "Gran Luxe Injected", which is used in Volkswagen to designate a version focused on sports performance of the Jetta model.
Do you know what R line means? It is an acronym that refers to "racing line", which in the market differentiates the sports style versions, all the finishes and R-line packages give the vehicle a racing-inspired look.
It is an acronym that refers by its acronym in English to "Grand Tourer Injection", which was initially used to classify the type of car and the fuel system. Today it is an acronym used as a synonym for more famous sports versions of Volkswagen Golf models.
MQB is an acronym that means “Modularer Querbaukasten”, used to refer to the latest generation platform used by the Volkswagen group to build some models, simplifying the production process, making cars lighter and more comfortable.
ITS? Have you ever wondered what it means? TSI comes from the words "Turbocharged Stratified Injection" which in Spanish means "Turbo Direct Injection". It is used in different types of engine of Volkswagen models. TSI represents an advancement of the engine, bringing greater power and efficiency to the car.
How many of these acronyms did you already know? Knowing these terms gives more technical information about models, engines, certain features, and even safety systems. We hope it will be of great help to you #VWLover.