German tuning specialist has readied a Golf Mk5 R32 in time for Worthersee 2013.
Suspension specialist H&R has revealed its latestproject based on a fifth-gen VW Golf R32 that will debut at this month’sWorthersee gathering. Powered by a 250-horsepower 3.2-liter VR6 unit, the four-wheel-driveR32 came with 18-inch Zolder 20-spoke alloys and blue-painted brake calipers. H&Rhas replaced the alloys with a set of 19-inch OZ Ultraleggera HLT center-lockalloys that are normally found on a Porsche GT2 RS. Brakes were upgraded withcarbon discs and fixed calipers were borrowed from an Audi RS6.
The finishing touch on the aftermarket package is the company’s very own Black-Line coilover suspension that lowers the car while optimizing the suspension performance of the potent hatchback. After debuting at Worthersee over the weekend of May 17-19, the H&R-tuned Golf R32 will visit the XS Car Night in Dresden, Germany, on June 15, and then the GTI International in the UK on July 6-7.