What driving modes does the 2022 Volkswagen Golf R have?
2022 Volkswagen Golf R driving modes
Is a new Volkswagen hatchback on the way? The new 2022 Volkswagen Golf R is the ideal sporty hatchback with distinctive features and cutting-edge technologies. What driving modes does the 2022 Volkswagen Golf R have? Continue reading this blog by Frank Boucher VW of Racine to learn more about the 2022 Volkswagen Golf R driving modes. Then come see our Golf R inventory in Racine, WI and schedule a test drive with us today!
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How powerful is the 2022 Golf R engine?
The Golf R estate is powered by a 2.0L TSI engine that produces 315 horsepower and 310 lb.-ft. of torque. This engine is mated to an R-specific 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. The Volkswagen Golf R accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.7 seconds.
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Driving Modes of the 2022 Volkswagen Golf R
Side view of a blue 2022 VW Golf R drifting in the desert
The Volkswagen Golf R is a racing version of the Volkswagen Golf. This means that the powerful engine on hand can deliver exceptional speed and performance. In the Volkswagen Golf R, there are several driving modes to choose from. Race, comfort, sport, and individual are the four main driving modes. The most potent and anticipated option is race mode. By pushing the R button on the steering wheel, you can enter this mode. On the other hand, the comfort mode is excellent for everyday driving. Finally, the sport mode combines the versatility of a powerful engine with outstanding performance.
For the new Golf R model year 2022, there are two new modes to choose from. The Special and Drift modes are the two options. DSG downshifts, and high-speed settings are the centerpiece of the special mode. On the other hand, the drift option allows for tire burning as well as sideways movement. It is essential to remember that the drift mode is exclusively for use on the circuit.
[Also read: How Do the 2022 Volkswagen Golf GTI and Golf R avoid collisions even in the dark?]