Volkswagen Golf VI R by Cam Shaft and MTB  

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The German tuners CamShaft and MTB have worked together to create an upgrade package for the Volkswagen Golf 6 R. Dubbed Electrified, the kit comes with a performance and aesthetic package.

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The counterpart to the BMW M GmbH and the quattro GmbH (Audi) is at VW Volkswagen R GmbH (formerly Volkswagen Individual GmbH), also with the headquarter in Wolfsburg, and it was (re)founded in 2010 with the objective of the individualization of the R models Golf, Passat and Scirocco. Now, the from 2008 till present available Golf VI R with its "renovated" 4-cylinder engine along with an exhaust turbocharger is by nature not a child of sorrow, because the 1.984 cm³ already bring up 270 hp (199 kW) as well as 350 Nm max. Torque.

The firm CAM SHAFT from the Lower Rhine Kempen, which specializes in premium car wrapping, has curtly made such a VW Golf R to an object of desire again delivered a proof that every car can get a unique with undue effort. First - in cooperation with the firm MTB-vehicle engineering from Essen – the engine performance of the VW Golf R has been increased up to 325 hp and 430 Nm of Torque by means of their own software optimization level 2. Platinum spark plugs and a downpipe including Sportkat make their essential contribution to the furious forward thrust of the power machine. F2000 brake discs by Tarox and sport brake pads have the powerful and effective compact in its grip at any time. The springs by H & R and - as the connection between the car and road – the Ultraleggera rims by OZ with adequate tires have to be mentioned in particular.

The headline could really allow incorrect conclusions. What is meant is the foil called Electric Orange by BRUXSAFOL, with which the VW Golf R is foiled in a known professional manner by CAM SHAFT. A special type camouflage design stretching from the A-pillar towards the vehicle rear, of course absolutely irregular, does not miss a striking effect.

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