2020 VW Golf R 600 HP Review, Specs, Engine, & Redesign – The stock Volkswagen Golf R Mk7 is one of the greatest hot hatches in the market. They have 310PS (306hp / 228kW) and 400Nm (295lb-ft) of torque from a turbo’d 2.0-liter engine, and all-wheel drive.
Despite becoming almost as fast as some old supercars, without the need of the thrill component, of course, that wasn’t ample for the proprietor of the instance shown on video beneath. Rather of a regular tune of the factory four-pot, the manager of the car swapped the 2.0-liter unit with the turbocharged 2.5-liter five-cylinder unit of the Audi RS3 Sportback. We’re not sure if this type of is the 400PS (395hp / 295kW) and 480Nm (354lb-ft) of torque engine from the facelifted model, allowing Ingolstadt’s warm hatch to achieve 100km/h (62mph) in 4.1sec, and a top speed of up to 280km/h (174mph). But that’s not important, as this Volkswagen Golf R experienced its lump massaged furthermore after the coronary heart transplant, and is now mentioned to push out a thumping 600 horses.
Which make it much more powerful than Audi‘s super-estate, the RS4 Avant, and most likely more rapidly, as well. However, this example didn’t race any vehicles, as its only contender was the clock, in 1/2-mile works. The car handled to full the course in 18 seconds, reaching speeds of 252km/h (157mph).
Well before moving forward to the video, we have now to give credit rating to the owner of this VW Golf R, who elect to continue to keep the exterior of the car stock, besides for the large glowing wheel, of course, making it a true sleeper.