• Volkswagen Golf GTI and R Mules

  • Volkswagen Golf GTI and R Mules

  • Volkswagen Golf GTI and R Mules

  • Volkswagen Golf GTI test mule

  • Volkswagen Golf GTI test mule

  • Volkswagen Golf GTI test mule

  • Volkswagen Golf R test mule

  • Volkswagen Golf R test mule

  • Volkswagen Golf R test mule

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    We've heard that Volkswagen will be turning up the wick on the next-generation GTI, and this newest report is certainly fanning those flames. Autocar now says the 2.0-liter turbo four in Volkswagen's next hot hatch will make all of 260 horsepower, but perhaps more importantly, the front differential will get some new technology to keep all that power from just turning into tire smoke.

    Volkswagen is hard at work readying its next-generation GTI, and according to Autocar, one of the improvements we can look forward to is a slight bump in power. Currently, the GTI's 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four is good for 200 horsepower, but the revised engine is rumored to produce closer to 220 horses.

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