Volkswagen presented the Golf R Cabriolet concept at the annual GTI Meet hot-hatch gathering at Lake Wörthersee in southern Austrian state of Carinthia.
The VW Golf R Cabriolet concept is power by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine producing a staggering 265 horsepower, which probably the fast VW Golf ever. VW claims that the Golf R Cabriolet concept can sprint from 0-62 mph in under six seconds and with a top speed of 155 mph.
Aside from the horsepower, the VW Golf R Cabriolet concept has been lowered by an inch and fitted with 19-inch alloy wheels along with massive 17-inch disc brakes. In addition, the interior has been upgraded with Golf R specifications that is decorated with blue and gray colors and carbon-fiber trim.
Outside, the Volkswagen Golf R Cabriolet receives a new front bumper, a GTI grille with red accents, a rear diffuser with a honeycomb grille and exhaust tail pipes, extended wheel fenders and side skirts.
The VW Golf R Cabriolet concept is just for the show, and it is well received, Volkswagen might actually built it for the masses.