Spyshots: Volkswagen Golf R Cabriolet
When it enters production, this all-wheel drive cabriolet will offer you a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder sourced from the standard Golf R producing somewhere in the region of 265 horsepower, which makes it the strongest drop-top VW ever in production.
You can also expect the standard sprint to take about 6 seconds or under, and the top speed to be hot hatch rivaling.
Compared to the already available Golf GTI Cabirolet, it will come with a lowered suspension, bigger 18-inch wheels in the design you see here, a bespoke body kit and a leather interior with Recaro seats. But the easiest way to tell them apart will be an exhaust system with twin tips in the middle of the bumper.
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