The entire Golf family is in for a major change.
The ninth generation Volkswagen Golf, which is expected in the second half of the 2020s, is likely to be made on the MEB Entry electric platform, and even change its name to ID.2. Accordingly, its charged version under the letter R will also move to electric rails.
The hot hatch should debut closer to 2030. It will be all-wheel drive and twin-engine (one motor on the front and rear axles). The total power of the installation should be more than 300 hp.
Volkswagen also said that by 2030, all models in the R Performance line will become electric vehicles, and some of them are already being designed.
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