Three generations of Volkswagen Golf R competed in a race in a straight line
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All three generations of the Volkswagen Golf R are equipped with a 2.0-liter turbo engine and an all-wheel drive system. The owners tried to make their charged hatchbacks even faster, which led to an unexpected result of the race.
Bloggers staged a race in a straight line between three generations of the charged Volkswagen Golf hatchback. All cars have been modified by their owners. Video of the race was published on the YouTube channel OFFICIALLY GASSED — OG.
Volkswagen Golf R is the most powerful and fastest version of the popular hatchback. The modification first appeared on the sixth generation of the model in 2009. There was also a version of the R32 with a 3.2-liter VR6 engine, which was offered for the fourth and fifth generations.
To compare which generation of the Volkswagen Golf R is the fastest, bloggers staged a drag race. Modified hatchbacks were chosen for the race to equalize the chances of winning.
The sixth generation Golf R is the first entry. It is equipped with a 2.0-liter turbocharged Stage 3 engine. With all the modifications, the power was increased to 450 hp.
The seventh generation Golf R became the second contender. Its 2.0-litre turbo engine has been upgraded with a Stage 2 tuning kit that delivers 420 hp.
The latest eighth generation of the Golf R also features a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine. The hot hatch received a Stage 1 tuning package. As a result, the power was increased to 400 hp.
In the race, the sixth generation Volkswagen Golf R, although it fell behind at the beginning of the race, managed to reach the finish line first. The seventh generation Golf R came in second, with the heaviest eighth generation Golf R finishing last.