Volkswagen Golf R 333 Limited Edition: A Special Flagship Hot Hatchback



Volkswagen has unveiled a special edition of its flagship hot hatchback, the Golf R 333 Limited Edition. Restricted to just 333 units, this exclusive model will be available only in Germany. What sets this limited-run variant apart is its ability to generate 333 horsepower from the same engine as the regular Golf R. Additionally, it features distinctive exterior and interior elements.

Unique Exterior and Interior Upgrades for the VW Golf R 333 Limited Edition

The Golf R 333 Limited Edition boasts a stunning Lime Yellow metallic paint finish, complemented by a black roof and 333 decals on the doors. It is equipped with 19-inch alloy wheels finished in Black. Inside the cabin, this special edition model offers leather sports seats and a Harmon Kardon sound system. Each Golf R 333 will be individually numbered, and a small plaque indicating its designation will be placed on the dashboard.

Enhanced Powertrain and Mechanical Advancements

Under the hood, the Golf R 333 Limited Edition shares the same 2.0-litre, four-cylinder, turbo-petrol engine as the standard Golf R. However, it delivers an increased power output of 333 horsepower, compared to the standard model's 323 horsepower. The improved performance allows the Golf R 333 to achieve a claimed 0-100kph time of 4.6 seconds and reach a top speed of 270kph. This limited edition version comes standard with a performance exhaust system supplied by Akrapovič, featuring titanium rear silencers. The alloy wheels are equipped with semi-slick tires.

Paying Tribute to the 2017 MK7.5 Golf R

The Golf R 333 Limited Edition pays homage to the Golf R that debuted in 2017, known as the Mk7.5. This variant introduced a performance package for the 7th-generation Golf R, which included drilled disc brakes and adjustable shock absorbers. Alongside the Golf R 20 Years, the R 333 Limited Edition stands as the most potent version of the Golf produced thus far. Regrettably, it is unlikely that the Golf R 333 will be available outside of Germany. Production is scheduled to commence in September of this year, with deliveries expected to start in October.


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