Highly-anticipated, first-ever Golf R Wagon offered in limited numbers as Wolfsburg Edition model
Named after the home of Volkswagen, Wolfsburg Edition Golf R models offer exclusive features and enhanced specification over standard Golf R Canberra, September 22 2015 – Volkswagen Australia has unveiled its limited-run
Wolfsburg Edition Golf R models, which also introduces the hotly-anticipated Golf R Wagon, available solely in Wolfsburg Edition specification. The Wolfsburg name is as synonymous with Volkswagen as the very first Beetle that was produced in the German town these special edition models are named after. Wolfsburg is the home of Volkswagen’s global operations, and the iconic ‘wolf and castle’ emblem that adorns the Golf R and Golf R Wagon Wolfsburg Edition cars is a tribute to the ancestral roots of the Volkswagen brand.
Adding a unique, higher specification over the standard Golf R, the Golf R Wagon Wolfsburg Edition model includes a number of key distinguishing features.
Key specification highlights include:
• Choice of three exterior colours including the exclusive Oryx White Pearl
• Carbon Nappa leather appointed upholstery with individually heated front seats
• Black Pretoria 19” alloy wheels (4)
• Black door mirror covers
• Black roof rails (Wagon)
• Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
• Front Assist with City Emergency Brake (City EB)
• Proactive occupant protection system
• Blind Spot Monitor with rear traffic alert
• Wolfsburg crest badge
At $58,990, the Golf R Wagon Wolfsburg Edition carries a $2,000 wagon premium. With such a high level of standard specification, the only option available is a panoramic electric glass sunroof, at RRP $1,850.
Both models offer excellent value and unparalleled exclusivity; especially in the case of the Golf R Wagon, which is currently only available in limited numbers as the Wolfsburg Edition for Australian customers.
In addition to the Golf R hatch Wolfsburg Edition also offered in limited numbers, these limited-run models will feature the outstanding performance credentials of the Golf R’s 206kW TSI engine and 4MOTION all-wheel-drive.