VW has new Golf concept
At the recent GTI meeting in Worthersee, Germany, Volkswagen unveiled the Golf R Cabriolet as a concept car with 270 horsepower of power and a top speed of 250 km/h.
Volkswagen just recently introduced the new Golf Cabriolet and the designers and engineers of Volkswagen have already come up with a sporty variant of this model, the Golf R Cabriolet Concept.
The R Cabriolet concept races to the 100 km/h mark in less than six seconds making it the fastest open-top Golf ever.
Like the closed-top Golf R, the cabriolet was lowered by 25 millimetres via a sport chassis.
A 17-inch brake system with internally ventilated discs at all wheels and blue-painted high-performance brake calipers (including R-logo) enables impressive deceleration values.
Making contact to the road surface on the Golf R Cabriolet Concept are 19-inch Talladega alloy wheels with size 235 tires.
Naturally, the Golf R Cabriolet Concept also presents an especially sporty interior concept.
Motorsport shell seats in dark blue carbon leather, combined with high-end nappa leather in pure grey set the tone.
The backs of the shell seats are painted in black piano paint.
Upholstery piping and decorative seams provide for colour contrast.
Carbon accents emphasize the concept’s technical-sporty character.
The sand blasted aluminum doorsill plates with black piano paint inlays display finely crafted workmanship.