Picture Of The Day_Volkswagen Rallye Golf_Very Rare Rally Golf


Published on August 26th, 2015 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Picture Of The Day_Volkswagen Rallye Golf_Very Rare Rally Golf


In 1989, the Volkswagen Rallye Golf appeared as a Rally “homologation special”. Distinguishable by its box-flared wheel arches (similar to the very rare Audi quattro, very desirable BMW E30 M3 and the fast point to point Lancia Delta Integrale) and rectangular projector headlamps, this model featured a Syncro four-wheel drive system, a cable shift transmission and a G-Lader Supercharger mated to 1763cc (less than the typical 1.8L 1781cc to meet the engine displacement rules) version of the injected 8-valve G60 1.8-litre engine which was good for [email protected] which was just 19bhp more than the stock Golf GTI Mk2 16-valve as it carried more weight.

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The Golf Rallye weight was 84kg more at 1195kg.


Five thousand cars were built in Volkswagen’s Brussels, Belgium, plant and not a single car arrived in Malaysia as they were all left hand drive only.


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