Volkswagen, well-known as VW, is bound by the regulations that Joe Biden and his administration are placing on all the car manufacturers. And that regulation is that Volkswagen will make all their R sub brands into a whole array of electric vehicles. The reasoning behind that is specifically in regards to how they plan to roll out all the cars in their lineup into an EV landscape by 2035.
It’s really to recreate their brand into a reliable electric vehicle brand. Smart move for the automaker known as Volkswagen. They believe that the transition can occur over time while upon a brand new EV platform. All with several electric R models in the planning stages already.
The Volkswagen Group’s Scalable Systems Platform (SSP) shows the company EV platform succeed in the MEB platform in 2026. VW states how about several of the R models are in the works of becoming electrified. The company has long been in transition with the Golf R.
The future of R happens to be an electric vehicle. While VW is receiving drop-down technology similar to the internal-combustion counterparts. This is to say there’s a likelihood that performance figures within the same world as the ID R setting a new Nürburgring record for EVs in 2019.
There’s a likelihood that the electric brand of Volkswagens will be making the rest of the industry feel slowed-down. All because the Golf R is still being sent off as Internal Combustion Engines in the short-term. This can be said that Volkswagen is certainly pushing their MEB platform as strongly as they can by 2026.
The electric revolution is totally turning everyone in the industry around for the positive. And if you didn’t see that in the electric vehicles that have been released so far, you probably will see that in the new and improved releases from Volkswagen. You can tell that these cars are going to change the industry totally for the better. How else can you advance the ecologically sound approach of the automotive industry than outlawing ICE cars and promoting EV autos for the better. That’s how you can make sense in the long-term of EV culture.
What can be said about the modern-day Golf R?
When you notice the agile handling that the Golf R presents, it can allow you for maximum control at high speeds. The 4Motion allows for all-wheel drive. This is well-engineered with the torque vectoring system. The Golf R had dials pumped right up within the advanced digital cockpit. The car powers forward with IQ.Drive as you can even withstand a new era of driver assistance technology which is likely to enhance safety. All the features within the IQ.Drive for the Golf R include Adaptive Cruise Control, Rear Traffic Alert, Front Assist, Emergency Assist for automatic transmission and Active Blind Spot Monitors.
What’s more that in the event of a collision deploying airbags, the Intelligent Crash Response System or ICRS will turn off the fuel pump, unlock the doors and activate hazard lights. Isn’t that safe?