Volkswagen is pretty much cooking up a Golf for everyone on the planet. You have the standard Golf, the diesel TDI, and an all-electric eGolf. Enthusiasts around the globe love the GTI. There's also a wagon version coming soon called the Golf SportWagen.
We've already seen the Volkswagen Golf R Mk 7 that Europeans are going to get, but now this is the one that's going to show up in VW's U.S. showrooms. According to the info, there's finally going to be a choice of transmissions. But the Golf R we get is still going to differ from the European market version in at…
The Volkswagen Golf GTI has had solid performance credentials for the past 35 years, but it's never been a full-fledged sports car. In 2004, VW decided enough was enough and gave the Golf all-wheel drive, a wider body, and a melodious 3.2 liter VR6. The limited production R32 was born.
Volkswagen says the hot Euro Golf R will arrive upon American shores in 2012 with an expected 266-hp turbo 2-liter engine and all-wheel-drive intact, with an option for two or four doors. Willkommen!