2012 Volkswagen Golf VI R by SchwabenFolia review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 10 December 2012 , 01:12:42 byVeronica

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Volkswagen Golf VI R by SchwabenFolia

The German model, the Volkswagen Golf VI R received an upgrade kit from car foiler specialists SchwabenFolia. After the modifications, the new improved model was capable of developing 64 horsepower more with its 2.0-liter TSI gasoline engine in comparison with the standard version. In the end, the total output increased to 330 horsepower. Even though this engine is smaller, the Germans have decided to use it because of its low fuel consumption and more favorable carbon dioxide emissions.

The increase in power was possible thanks to a specially made exhaust system with a 90 mm tube from turbo developed by F-Town Street Machines. This has two Capristo exhaust valves which can be controlled by the MFA XP found in the speedometer. This system is called Atomic Warbird. This is not all SchwabenFolia specialists have offered to the new German model, the Volkswagen Golf VI R. You should also know that the car received the adaptive electric chassis control DCC which brings the car closer to the asphalt due to an H & R lowering. To transfer the output to the road, the engineers have provided CH wheels that have that little something for motorsport which measure 8x19 inches in powder Dormant Fire Red High Gloss. These come covered in 235 / 35 – 19 Dunlop tires.

All the credit should go to the complete foliation in Urban Taupe Matt Metallic by Platinum Wrapping Film. The model would not look as great as it does if were not for this. These are all the information available at the moment on the new Volkswagen Golf VI R, but maybe we will find out more in the future so do not go very far.