The future generation of the Volkswagen Golf R Cabrio has been recently spied while it was being tested on the road.
The new generation of the Volkswagen Golf, the MK7, is getting ready to be officially presented to the public on the 4th of September in Berlin and, after it was spied a few times and after the German based automaker has even released a teaser video with the model, the popular hatchback is entering our news once again.
The guys at carbuzz.com have managed to spy the all-new Volkswagen Golf R Cabrio on the road and, believe it or not, the model doesn’t have any camouflage on its body. There aren’t too many differences between the 2014 VW Golf R Cabrio and the outgoing version of the model aesthetically speaking but the most significant improvement should be under its hood, where the vehicle will get more power. Our source says that the production version of the new Golf R Cabrio should hit the market sometimes next year.
As a quick reminder, the current VW Golf R Cabrio is expected to get a 2.0 liter turbocharged petrol engine under its hood, which is good for 266 HP and 350 Nm of torque (258 lb-ft). The model will be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 6 seconds, before reaching an electronically limited top speed of 250 km/h.