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Total Race Tuned Volkswagen Touareg W12 Videos

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011:

Russian tuners Total Race have released this insane video of their recently modified Volkswagen Touareg W12 doing epic burnouts. The custom VW Touareg W12 SUV sounds amazing, and this comes from the 6.0-liter powerplant holding twin-turbochargers. Performance tuning on the Volkswagen consists of a ProEFI EMS system along with a “Smart” all-wheel drive assembly which offers the option of send all the power to the rear wheels. Exactly how much power you ask? Well it has been said that this VW Touareg W12 produces around 1,500 awhp! Watch the videos of the Volkswagen Touareg to see for yourself.

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Hofele Design Volkswagen Touareg

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011:

Fresh off the dyno, Hofele Design released a fancy tuning package for the new Volkswagen Touareg II called the Royal GT 470. It features a few styling parts including the modified fascias, revised grille, and wheel arch extensions. A stainless steel exhaust system was installed, as well as an electronic lowering module to lower the light SUV up to 40 mm. We’re not too sure about the chrome alloy wheel choice that the tuners went with on this Volkswagen Touareg, however they are available from 20-22 inches and wrapped in high performance tires.

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New Volkswagen Beetle RS Tuning

Monday, June 13th, 2011:

The new 2012 Volkswagen Beetle is sure to be on many tuning companies list when it debuts on the showroom floors in September. It sort of reminds me of the Porsche Panamera when looking from the side, but it is said this design came inspired from the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, which was performed by VWvortex. Either way it is definitely a better look for the Beetle RS, since most of the owners of the previous model were female. It now carries that long lost swagger to attract the male tuning crowd and all the dedicated Volkswagen enthusiasts.

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H&R Volkswagen Polo GTI

Saturday, December 4th, 2010:

H&R Volkswagen Polo GTI

The Volkswagen Polo GTI is the latest car to be customized by the renowned suspension experts from H&R. Using their specially developed components on this VW hatchback, the tuners were able to improve the handling and driving dynamics. From the factory, the VW Polo GTI comes with 180 hp and a 7-gear double clutch transmission, however the focus for this project was the suspension. H&R was able to lower the car by 20 mm in the front, and 30 mm at the rear, while the option to drop the car 45 mm is still possible. Further improvements to the Volkswagen GTI Polo include an adjustable Monotube coilover suspension, H&R stabilizers, and TRAK+ wheels spacers made from high tensile aluminum alloy for superior strength.

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Wimmer RS VW Golf R

Thursday, September 30th, 2010:

Wimmer RS VW Golf R

The Volkswagen Golf R is the latest car to receive an upgrade package from the tuning company Wimmer RS. Dubbed the Red Devil, this kit adds and impressive power boost to the Golf. Modifications begin with an ECU upgrade, re-fitted turbochargers and piping, custom injection nozzles, TFSI tuning, and aftermarket connecting rods. The list of custom work continues with new lamp coating, cylinder heads, larger intercooler, oil cooler, new intake system, additional oil pump, and an improved crankshaft. But wait, there’s still more for the VW Golf R. The Wimmer RS engineers installed a second low pressure fuel pump, sport camshafts, and a handmade stainless steel exhaust system with a sport catalyst converter.

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CFC Volkswagen Golf GTI

Monday, August 23rd, 2010:

CFC Volkswagen Golf GTI

The tuning company at CFC teamed up with MK Soundstyle in Nuess, Germany to put together this custom program for the Volkswagen Golf GTI sport hatch. As far as the exterior goes, the Golf GTI only received a matte silver paint job with a new set of bespoke wheels. The new paint costs 1,500 Euros, while the tuners added a few extra elements to make it more attractive. For the stance on this Volkswagen, CFC installed an upgraded suspension kit that goes for 749 Euros. A new high performance exhaust system from Eisenmann gives it a throaty sound, and the engine tuning came next.

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McChip Volkswagen Golf R Performance Kit

Thursday, August 19th, 2010:

McChip Volkswagen Golf R

The car tuners from McChip have released a new performance kit for the Volkswagen Golf R recently. Several upgrades were made including styling improvements and engine tuning. The VW Golf R received a new set of springs from H&R to lowering the ride height, and a wheel package made up of 19-inch OZ Ultraleggera wheels wrapped in high performance Michelin Pilot Sport Club tires was installed. Pricing for the suspension springs is only 350 Euros, while the new rims and tires go for 3,190 Euros. But more important were the upgrades that McChip performed under the hood of the Volkswagen Golf R.

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MTE VW Golf IV R32

Sunday, July 18th, 2010:

MTE VW Golf IV R32

The VW Golf IV R32 is an older model loved by many as the perfect tuning project. With a sure surplus of fans, this car has been one many have pushed to gain every ounce of power. The latest in the challenge, the German tuning specialist MTE, gave their Golf R32 IV a mean military-themed camouflage look to fit their BiTurbo2. With the stock R32, you might expect a 3.2-liter V6 pushing 241bhp with 320Nm (236 lb-ft) torque. After the tuning team over at MTE made a few upgrades and adjustments, they were able to achieve 790hp and 1,200Nm (885lb-ft) out of the Volkswagen Golf. That’s about 500hp more than MTE’s BiTurbo1. How you might ask?

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Sport-Wheels VW Golf 6 R

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010:

Sport-Wheels VW Golf 6 R

Here is the latest project from the Hurth-based tuning specialist Sport-Wheels on the VW Golf 6 R. At first, it sounds like the modified Volkswagen Golf would only receive a new wheel package, but actually there is much more. On the exterior, the powerful new ride was fixed up with a sporty themed graphic foil for added protection from CoverEFX. The rims you see pictured are 20-inch OZ Ultraleggera HLT alloys wrapped in high performance tires. The Golfs suspension setup consists of lower springs with an adjustable high-grade steel thread chassis by KW.

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WEITEC Volkswagen Golf 6 GTI

Friday, May 28th, 2010:

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The WEITEC car tuners have released a stunning styling kit for the Volkswagen Golf 6 GTI to make it a lot more eye catching. The hot German hatchback received a new full aero kit that consists of many aggressive parts. Included in the package are new front and rear spoilers, side skirts, carbon fiber hood, and if all that’s not enough, then check out the Lambo doors. It reminds me of the popular post we wrote about the high modified Worthersee Golf GTI back in the day. For the suspension, WEITEC went with a new KW coilover kit and custom Sport F springs to lower the car 20 mm. But wait, they still offer better suspension packages if you want to take it to the track.

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Kerscher VW Golf VI Body Kit

Sunday, May 9th, 2010:

Kerscher VW Golf VI Body Kit

Here we have the Kerscher body kit for the VW Golf VI that has been on the market for a year now, since being presented at the Tuning World Bodensee. Called the Phoenix bodykit for the Golf VI, the tuners at Kerscher will give your Volkswagen a new look. Featuring a new fiberglass front bumper, carbon styling side skirts, complete rear bumper, carbon fiber diffuser, and carbon styling for the rear bumper. All this being made at the tuning shop in Falkenburg, Germany, Kerscher Tuning is a leading supplier of exterior styling and body kits for the Volkswagen and Audi models.

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