The most powerful version of the sixth generation Volkswagen Golf, the R, has just become hotter thanks to the tuning company named SchwabenFolia.
The newest generation of the Volkswagen Golf might be just around the corner in most markets but until the new GTI or R will make their public debut probably sometimes in 2014, the current Golf VI R remains the most powerful version of the model. And the Volkswagen Golf VI R has just become even hotter than the standard version thanks to the tuning company named SchwabenFolia, which has produced some upgrades for the popular German hatchback.
According to the guys at SchwabenFolia, the VW Golf VI R in question is getting a new H&R suepension package and the model is riding on CH 8×19-inch rims, wrapped in 235/35 Dunlop tires. An Urban Taupe Matt metallic, by Platinum Wrapping Film, is finishing the model’s looks, along with the new exhaust pipes. The 2.0 liter TSI gasoline engine is now producing a total output of 330 HP (246 kW), which is basically 64 HP (48 kW) more than the standard version. More details on the Golf VI R by SchwabenFolia are limited for the moment.