The GTI features Volkswagen’s renowned Dual-Zone Climatronic System, which makes getting comfortable and staying comfortable easy, regardless of the conditions. Let’s take a look at how to do just that. With Climatronic, you just set the temperature to 72 degrees or your desired temperature, press the “Auto” button and forget it. The system automatically adjusts the fan, mode, and air delivery to efficiently reach and maintain the temperature. With that said, there are few things you can do to maximize your system’s efficiency. To cool off as quickly as possible, press the “Auto” button to turn the system on. Adjust the driver’s temperature dial to your preferred setting, then press the “Sync” button to bring the cabin temperature to the driver’s set temperature. If there is a large temperature difference between the two zones, it may hamper the system’s ability to quickly cool the interior. In extreme heat, press the “Max A/C” button. When a comfortable temperature has been reached, press the “Auto” button again to take the GTI out of “Max A/C” mode.The steps to quickly warming the interior are similar. To heat up quicker, press the “Auto” button to turn the Climatronic System on. Adjust the driver’s temperature dial to your preferred setting, then press the “Sync” button to synchronize the temperature between the two zones. On a cool morning, you’ll notice that the Climatronic System won’t blow air right away. Since automotive heaters depend on warm engine coolant for the heat, the heater is most effective after the engine has had a chance to warm up. Climatronic won’t blow cold air onto you. It waits until the engine starts to warm, and then blows warm air. To warm up quicker on a cold morning, turn on the heated seats. Besides getting warm as quickly as possible on a cold day, clearing a fogged up windshield quickly is important for safe driving. If the windshield fogs up, press the “Max Defrost” button.Whether it’s too hot or too cold outside, you’ll always be just right in your new GTI. .