2022 VW Golf R, 2021 Porsche 911 GT3, Bowler classic Defender: Today’s Car News
It was more than a year ago that Volkswagen unveiled its redesigned eighth-generation Golf. Now, the high-performance Golf R variant has been revealed, and with 315 horsepower on tap it is the most powerful Golf in the nameplate’s history.
The next 911 GT3 based on the 992 generation of Porsche’s sports car icon has been spotted. The latest shots show the new GT3 wearing barely any camouflage gear, meaning the reveal must be coming up shortly.
British off-roading expert Bowler plans to build original Land Rover Defenders sporting modern chassis and V-8 power. Production will be limited and the price for one will start at over $250,000.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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