VW’s R division boss had previoudly stated that an uber Golf was indeed tested, but eventually axed.
You can’t go wrong with any of them, as they all produce over 300 hp and most have all-wheel drive.
The VW exec also confirmed they were testing a 400 HP variant, but axed it as it would have been too pricey.
For those keeping track, that would be no less than 300 PS (296 hp / 221 kW) combined with front-wheel drive.
This heavily tuned hot hatch is fast enough to teach a 900+ hp Hellcat an nice lesson .
A fuel hose connector may detach, thus spreading fuel and potentially cause a fire.
Both are heavily tuned, with the Supra churning out 990 PS and the Golf just 10 PS less.
Pricing starts from £20,510 for the hatchback, and deliveries will commence next month.
We live in a time where 400+ hp is considered ‘normal’ for a hot hatch, both in stock or modified state.
It definitely looks different than the Golf Mk7 as well as the latest Polo, yet we’re not entirely convinced it’s real.
Rebuilt title? Check. Flood claim? Check. Hydrolocked engine? Check. No worries, it’s totally fine.
This innocent looking hot hatch boasts 400 horsepower from its tuned 2.0-liter four.