Volkswagen Golf II Rallye G60, 1989


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{{ $t('Country') }} Belgium
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{{ $t('Model') }} Golf II Rallye G60
{{ $t('Year') }} 1989
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In 1989 the Rallye Golf appeared as a rallye "homologation special". Notable for its flared wheel arches (similar to the Audi quattro, BMW E30 M3 and Lancia Delta Integrale) and rectangular projector headlamps, this model featured Syncro four-wheel drive, a cable-shift transmission and a 1763 cc G-supercharger (slightly less than the usual 1781 cc to comply with displacement rules) version of the injected 8-valve G60 1.8 liter engine. Five thousand cars were built at Volkswagen's factory in Brussels, Belgium, priced at about DM 50,000 each (or about twice as much as a base Golf GTI). The Rallye Golf has 160 PS (118 kW; 158 hp). This example is not a competition version - the interior looks good and has stood the test of time. The exterior shows some signs of use and lack of care. All shown in the photo gallery.

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