Boba Motoring’s 1,056 HP Golf Mk1 At The Strip

Boba Motoring just posted a video of a Volkswagen Golf Mk1 they built with a turbocharged 2.0 L 16V ABF inline-four. These engines were built from 1993-1997 and came from the factory with 150 horsepower and 130 ft-lb of torque. Boba Motoring has increased the power this ABF I4 is producing to 1,056 horsepower and … Read more

VW Golf with a Twin-Turbo Lamborghini V10

Asgard Performance e.K in Northern Germany has successfully installed a twin-turbo Lamborghini Gallardo V10 in the back of a Golf Mk4 R32. The 5.2L V10 produces 1,479 horsepower (1500 ps) and 1,298 ft-lb (1760 Nm) of torque with the car only weighing 1,984 lbs (900 kgs). To put that in perspective, this car has a … Read more

VW Golf with a Twin-Turbo VR6

HGP-Turbo's Golf VI R with a twin-turbo 3.6L VR6

Take a modern VW Golf and shove as much power as you can while keeping the drivetrain from the same family. That’s the approach German tuning company HGP-Turbo took when creating this beast. They started with the Golf VI R model as the foundation. After all this project was going to make serious power and … Read more

16Vampir Golf with 1100 hp Sets World Record

The 16Vampir Golf set a new VW AWD Word Record with a 8.293 sec quarter-mile at 175.10 mph (281.80 km/h). The Golf is powered by a turbocharged 2.0L 16v (ABF) inline-four that produces 1,100 horsepower thanks to 58 psi (4.0 bar) of boost from a Garrett GTX4202R turbocharger. The engine is mated to a VW … Read more

Twin-turbo V8 Volkswagen Golf

Just how much muscle can you squeeze into a small car? If you regularly follow this site you will know that there is no limit given enough time and effort/money. This story of this Volkswagen Golf R32 would indicate it had plenty of all three. The Golf was originally built by Peter Steinwandt of PSW … Read more

Super Golf with a Twin-Turbo V6

Super Golf with a Twin-Turbo V6

This AWD monster is reported to be powered by a 3.0L twin-turbo V6 that makes 503 horsepower. This of course is a concept car that will never see showroom floors but hopefully someone out there will want one bad enough to build their own. Source: Jalopnik