VW’s Unreleased Golf R400: Audi Power Unleashed

He Built His Own After VW Failed Due to Dieselgate.

A rare and distinct Volkswagen Golf R with an Audi 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine is seen as particularly special, considering someone has delivered the production of the famed Golf R400 that VW never did. This remarkable job was achieved by Agron Coma who joined together a Mk7 Golf R and Audi RS3 components. Unconditionally to attain this metamorphosis, they underwent tremendous powertrain alterations, added more beefy subframes, plus integrated thunderous brake improvements, thus producing a formidable and extraordinary vehicle.

The creation of an Audi five-cylinder in a Golf is nothing foreign – after the stunning Golf R400 notion gained widespread consideration nearly a decade in the past, VW trifled with the thought. It had been anticipated that VW would build it, yet despite sources specifying Audi had repudiated the digital motor’s use, it appears the costs connected to Dieselgate eventually killed off the plan. However, Coma has currently accomplished what VW failed to.

5 Cylinder Turbo MK7 Golf R (Daza Swap)

Equipped with a turbocharged 2.5-liter TFSI inline-five, the Audi-engined Golf R is expected to generate a remarkable 550 horsepower, practically doubling its regular output. This immense increase in power is sent by way of a DQ500 seven-speed automatic transmisson. To manage this elevated strength and ensure maximum control, the compact hatchback has been outfitted with an RS3 rear differential as part of its drivetrain.

By no means a simple task to accomplish, one of the major challenges encountered was the dearth of crucial wiring diagrams, rendering it quite an intricate and laborious project. Furthermore, some auto maintenance garages declined to give out significant details. Agron’s industriousness and inventiveness demonstrated itself as he surmounted these impediments.

As it is, the car’s motor operates with pump gas, creating a noteworthy mid-to-high 500s in terms of wheel horsepower. Once filled up with E85, the vehicle’s power output surges to around 630 to 640 whp. Nevertheless, Agron’s aspirations are even higher, expecting to enhance the vehicle’s energy to 1,200 whp.

Every detail of this project has been carefully mapped out and implemented, making certain that the integration of the RS3 parts and changes is streamlined. Difficult tasks such as adapting the passengers side frame rail and optimizing part compatibility have been tackled with exhaustive precision.

From the outside, this car displays a factory-like look, further enhanced by Euro tail lamps and a complete original equipment specifications kit. A spectacular custom paint job applied through the Spektrum program provided an exceptional visual appeal to the car’s exterior.

The fruit of Agron’s persistence was manifest at the Euro Tripper gathering in South Florida, where the renovated automobile was displayed. This affair was endowed with further importance as Agron had acquired the car from Paul Barney, the host of the event, creating a special link to the venture’s completion.

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