Cam Shaft Volkswagen Golf VI R originally came from the factory with its 4-cylinder engine along with an exhaust turbocharger, which generated up to 270 hp (199 kW) as well as 350 Nm (258 lb-ft) of torque.

The specialist from Cam Shaft has transformed this Volkswagen into an artistic object. First, they have cooperated with the firm MTB-vehicle engineering which tuned the engine's performance and it is now increased to 325 hp (240 kW) and 430 Nm (317 lb-ft) of torque. They have done this with their own software optimization level 2.

Secondly, platinum spark plugs and a downpipe including Sportkat make their essential contribution to the furious forward thrust of the power machine. Next, F2000 brake discs by Tarox and sport brake pads serve perfectly in powerful and effective way.

Furthermore, the springs by H & R and the Ultraleggera rims by OZ with adequate tires are those who connect the vehicle to the road. And at last, the foil called Electric Orange by BRUXSAFOL, brings about the last detail here, which makes this a special type of camouflage design stretching from the A-pillar towards the vehicle rear.

Source: Miranda Media