Reserve the 2022 Volkswagen Golf R in Elgin, IL
We’re delighted to report that the Golf R is coming back. After a brief and painful hiatus, the track-ready take on the beloved Golf hatchback is poised to return more impressive than ever.
Birthed from the slew of innovative improvements that our favorite automaker made to the likewise impressive upcoming 2022 Golf GTI, the 2022 Volkswagen Golf R boasts enough cutting-edge elements to make even the most jaded driving veterans salivate. While the modern interior and slew of exciting technology show clear similarities to its GTI brother, the 2022 Golf R boasts a host of unique design elements and exclusive equipment to set it apart.
You can be among the first to drive and/or own the 2022 Volkswagen Golf R by placing your reservation with us here at Elgin Volkswagen today! We’ll be happy to set aside a model when they arrive at our dealership later this year and to notify you of its presence. Thanks for reading; we hope to hear from you soon.
New Sporty Hot Hatchback in Elgin, IL
The 2022 Volkswagen Golf R will be powered by a 2.0-liter inline-four-cylinder engine under the hood. This powerplant churns out 315 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque. It pairs nicely to a six-speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. 4Motion® all-wheel drive comes standard, featuring a rear differential with the ability to actively distribute torque between the left and right rear wheels, resulting in improved handling. Six selectable drive modes are on hand: Comfort, Sport, Race, Special, Drift, and Individual. Drivers can switch between these modes by pressing an “R” button the steering wheel.
In addition to being a fast, fun-to-drive small car, the 2022 Golf R boasts classy looks, with a more sophisticated vibe than that conveyed by rivals in the class. It boasts a slew of unique design details and exclusive equipment that, as stated above, will set it apart from the 2022 Golf GTI. We’re delighted that both of these vehicles are looking so wonderful, as Volkswagen plans to stop selling the regular Golf hatchback and station wagons in the U.S. after this current model year.