Volkswagen has a new line of sports cars.
Called the Golf R, it has a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 300 hp.
And it’s not cheap.
The base price of $68,900 is well above the price of the likes of the Porsche 918 Spyder, Porsche 924 Cayenne, and the Audi A8.
If you want to add the option of a sports car that’s not just a sports sedan, you’ll need to pay $10,500 more than the base price.
But if you want a sports coupe or convertible, you’re out of luck.
That’s because the Golf will not come with a sports steering wheel.
Volkswagen will, however, sell the base Golf R with a sport steering wheel and, at $5,300 more than its base model, it will sell you the convertible.
The $50,000 Golf R will be available with a leather interior and, with a manual transmission, it’ll be $2,200 cheaper than the standard model.
The Sport R’s standard equipment is a 7.3-liter, four-speed automatic that makes 7.8-MPH and 0-60 mph in 4.8 seconds.
But it’s the sporty Golf R that will be the most expensive.
It’ll start at $74,000.
That includes the standard features: Sport Pack, which offers the standard Golf R for $3,800 more than a standard Golf, a Sport Pack Plus, which adds the Sport R for just $4,000 more than standard, and a Sport Package, which brings the Sport to $8,500.
The standard Golf will also have the sportiest interior available in the segment, with heated front seats, power windows, and power moonroof.
The Golf R Plus is the most aggressive model, offering a 5.2-MPT manual transmission with a six-speed manual transmission and an eight-speed auto.
The Plus also includes the optional Sport Pack plus.
Both versions have power windows and power mirrors, plus heated front-seat seats, a heated steering wheel, power mirrors on the front seats and steering wheel controls, and an automatic cruise control with the steering wheel on the left side.
The interior will be slightly larger than standard Golfs, with an optional rearview camera.
The optional Sport Package Plus includes heated front and rear seats, Power Pack, and Power Pack Plus.
Volkswagen also sells a new Sport Plus that has a more aggressive interior and includes a five-speed Sport Manual.
But the new model is a lot more expensive.
Volkswagen says it will offer the standard and Sport Package models for $65,000, and it’ll start from $74.95.
The extra $8500 for the Sport Pack adds $9,400 to the price.
You can get a new Golf R Sport Package plus for $99,000 in North America.
The new model will start from about $76,000; the base model will be about $88,000 and the Sport Package will start at about $80,000 (that’s $8 a pop for the top end).
The $70,000 price point is a little on the low side, but it’s well above its competitors.
The Volkswagen GTI costs around $88 a week.
The Audi A6 is about $70 a week, the Volkswagen Golf will cost about $60 a week at the very high end, and even the BMW M3 costs about $55 a week on the high end.
The Porsche 917 and 924 are about $56 a week and $56 and $58 a week respectively.
The Cadillac ATS, which starts at $82 a week ($6.20 a pop) and the Porsche Cayenne and Cayenne Turbo start at around $72 a week $59 a week a week the cheapest cars are also the most costly.
The GTI starts at about £55 a day.
The ATS starts at around £56 a day; the Cayenne starts at £70 a day, and there’s a $62,500 Porsche 996 starting at around €70 a daily.
The top end starts at the Audi Q5, which costs around £75 a day ($6 a pop).
The Q5 starts at roughly £90 a day (that is, it starts at your local Tesco and it’s only available with an Audi service).
The Audi Q7 starts at €75 a daily ($7.30).
The Porsche 911 starts at just under £65 a day a daily, and that’s with a service charge of €15 ($19).
The Jaguar XJ starts at approximately £57 a day and is available only with an XJ service.
The XJ costs around €55 a daily for a full service and is a pretty good deal, but if you really want to go for a premium, you can get the XJ Sport package starting at €95