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2017 VW Golf R Changes, Price and Development

Volkswagen has launched their plans of releasing the seventh generation of Golf R. The car is going to enter the auto world as 2017 VW Golf...

Volkswagen has launched their plans of releasing the seventh generation of Golf R. The car is going to enter the auto world as 2017 VW Golf R and will present elegant visual updates and high-performance features. It will be released alongside Golf GTI and e-golf models. The German automaker is known for its high-performance GTI versions and that is going to be the case with the upcoming Golf R model. Expect revised exterior and interior designing as well as better powertrain performance. Featuring a decent compact hatchback styling, the upcoming VW Golf 2017 will attract the attention of both car enthusiasts and regular motorists, thanks to its perfect mix of luxury, comfort, optional upgrades and standard equipment.
2017 VW Golf R – Cosmetic Changes:
The new 2017 VW Golf R is going to adopt a streamlined body designing. The front end will be distinguished by a revised bumper design featuring larger intakes to enhance engine cooling. Consumers should also expect the front fascia to come with altered grille, which supports the company’s R signature logo. A new set of LED lighting system is also going to be incorporated and it includes LED daytime running headlights and bi-xenon headlights.
At the sideways, expect a cool mixture of black calipers and side skirts. The rear end will also adopt the LED lighting technology on the indicators. The car will ride on the usual assortment of 18-inch alloy wheels. The sporty rear outlook is complemented by a twin dual exhaust system featuring chrome finishing and redesigned diffuser.
Interior Design:
The upcoming Golf R offers more interior cabin space than its predecessor, thanks to its increased width dimensions. The car is capable of sitting up to five adult occupants with sufficient headroom, shoulder room, and legroom. Comfort is complemented by quality leather upholstering on the seats. The rear seats adopt light Nappa or dark leather upholstery while the front seats come with dark carbon Nappa leather upholstery. The door trim panels will be offered with a carbon Touch design.
The interior cabin also appears sportier than the GTI models with updated infotainment system. Another element of luxury and comfort is a 9.2-inch touch screen where most controls are operated. The steering wheel appears sportier adopting 3-spoke styling with R-logo embedded on the speedometer. Other standard features include navigation control, climate control, and premium sound system with HD satellite radio, USB port interface, Bluetooth smartphone and audio integration. The automaker has also provided a perfect mix of driver assistance and safety features, including parking assist, automatic braking system, and line departure warning system. Others include premium safety belts and air bags.
2017 VW Golf R – Performance of Engine:
Under the hood, the upcoming generation of 2017 VW Golf R will be powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. This powertrain comes with redesigned cylinder heads and is capable of yielding up to 292 hp at around 280 ft-lb of torque. It will be mated to a standard 6-speed manual transmission which will send power to a four-wheel drive system (AWD). The automatic transmission is optional.
In terms of acceleration, the 2017 VW Golf R is capable of sprinting from zero to 60 mph per hour in just 5.3 seconds. Fuel economy figures stand at 22 mpg for city drives and 31 mpg on highways. This translates to a combined EPA of about 26 miles per gallon.
2017 VW Golf R – Price and Development:
There is still no official announcement of the exact release date and price for 2017 VW Golf R. However, consumers are anticipating that it will feature in the market towards the end of this year or probably in the first quarter of 2017. It will go for around $37,000 as the base price.



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