The next version of the Volkswagen Golf R is ready to go for the European market. But what about North America?
Read This Article
Sometimes automotive engineers are allowed to roam free, using the best resources and the brightest minds at their companies to make extravagant, cost-no-object vehicles that are rarely commercially viable beyond a scant few wealthy buyers.
Volkswagen and Audi had a July for the record books as both German automakers, both owned by the same parent company, set new high marks in the United States.
Auto shows are a time for carmakers to display their hottest new models, boast about big horsepower numbers, and showcase low-to-the-floor, stylish, swoopy concept cars that have no chance of making it to production.