Golf R – The R model has a 2.0 litre tuned Turbo engine. It’s a newer model and is aimed more at performance as opposed to comfort. It’s notably a lot quicker than the R32 . It has a 2.0 litre turbo engine (like the R ), however it’s designed for comfort as well as performance (like the R32 ).
its definitely not turbo . its 3.2l VR6.
By the time the Mk5 R32 went on sale, Volkswagen had dealt with most of the issues with the twin-clutch Direct Shift Gearbox and it’s proved more reliable than early Audi TTs which used the same transmission . Contemporary road tests praised the Mk5 R32 for the amount of grip it offered when cornering.
Volkswagen Golf R32
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Volkswagen has made the fastest ever road-going a reality; the new production-spec VW Golf GTI TCR has been official revealed. It’s the ultimate expression of Golf hot hatchdom in the current Mk7 generation, ahead of the new 2019 Mk8 due later this year.
New VW Golf R
Why Are They Called “ R32 ” But the R32 was one of those Golfs that was a bit special, because it had a different engine. The reason the R32 was called a 32 was because of the displacement on the engine. It’s a 3.2 v6.
Volkswagen Audi R32 3.2 VR6 EA390 Engine Review. The VW R32 is a 3.2 -liter VR6 naturally aspirated gasoline engine well known by VW Golf R32 mk4/5 model application. In addition, the engine was used on other Volkswagen models as well as Audi . The engine has four valves per cylinder, 24 valves total.
The VW Golf R32 has a naturally aspirated six cylinders in V transverse front engine providing a maximum torque of 320 Nm available from 2800 rpm and a maximum power outpup of 241 PS available at 6250 rpm transmitted to the 18 inch non-permanent all-wheel drive by a manual 6 speed gearbox .
In terms of acceleration, there is a clear winner: the chipped GTI . The R32 managed the 0-to-60 mph sprint in 6.2 seconds, but the GTI cleared the same hurdle in only 6.0 – 0.2 seconds faster . That may not seem like a significant difference, but the front-wheel drive GTI is severely traction limited.
Under the Golf R’s hood is a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four-cylinder that makes 315 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque—up from 288 hp and 280 lb-ft in the last generation R .