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These are fastest Volkswagens ever. They have the highest top speed of any road-going Volkswagen past & present!

The Fastest Volkswagens Ever

Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR (Mk7) (2019-)

With a top speed of 161 mph, the Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR takes first place.
It's a 3-5 door FWD Hatchback with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also 2nd in The Fastest Accelerating FWD Cars Ever.

Volkswagen T-Roc R (2019-)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen T-Roc R takes joint second place.
It's a 5 door AWD SUV with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 2nd in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Touareg V8 TDI (2019-)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Touareg V8 TDI takes joint second place.
It's a 5 door AWD SUV with 5 seats and a front-mounted 4L V8 Bi-Turbo engine.
It is also 4th in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Golf R Variant (Mk7) (2017-)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Golf R Variant takes joint second place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 2nd in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Golf GTI (Mk7) (2017-)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Golf GTI takes joint second place.
It's a 3-5 door FWD Hatchback with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 32nd in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Golf R (Mk7) (2017-)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Golf R takes joint second place.
It's a 3-5 door AWD Hatchback with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also 1st in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Arteon 2.0 TSI 4Motion 280 (2017-)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Arteon 2.0 TSI 4Motion 280 takes joint second place.
It's a 5 door AWD Coupé with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 10th in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Golf GTI Performance (Mk7) (2017-)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Golf GTI Performance takes joint second place.
It's a 3-5 door FWD Hatchback with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also 29th in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport (Mk7) (2016-2017)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport takes joint second place.
It's a 3-5 door FWD Hatchback with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 30th in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Passat 2.0 TSI 4Motion 280 (B8) (2015-)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Passat 2.0 TSI 4Motion 280 takes joint second place.
It's a 4 door AWD Saloon with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 7th in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Passat Variant 2.0 TSI 4Motion 280 (B8) (2015-)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Passat Variant 2.0 TSI 4Motion 280 takes joint second place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 14th in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Golf R Variant (Mk7) (2015-2017)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Golf R Variant takes joint second place.
It's a 5 door AWD Estate with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 5th in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Scirocco R (Mk3) (2014-2017)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Scirocco R takes joint second place.
It's a 3 door FWD Coupé with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 3rd in The Fastest Accelerating FWD Cars Ever.

Volkswagen Golf GTI Performance (Mk7) (2013-2017)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Golf GTI Performance takes joint second place.
It's a 3-5 door FWD Hatchback with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 32nd in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Golf R Cabrio (Mk6) (2013-2015)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Golf R Cabrio takes joint second place.
It's a 2 door FWD Convertible with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 32nd in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Golf R (Mk7) (2013-2017)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Golf R takes joint second place.
It's a 3-5 door AWD Hatchback with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 5th in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen CC 3.6 V6 4Motion (B7) (2012-2015)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen CC 3.6 V6 4Motion takes joint second place.
It's a 4 door AWD Coupé with 5 seats and a front-mounted 3.6L V6 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 7th in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Passat V6 4Motion (B7) (2011-2014)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Passat V6 4Motion takes joint second place.
It's a 4 door AWD Saloon with 5 seats and a front-mounted 3.6L V6 engine.
It is also joint 7th in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Eos V6 (2010-2011)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Eos V6 takes joint second place.
It's a 2 door FWD Convertible with 4 seats and a front-mounted 3.6L V6 engine.
It is also 48th in The Most Powerful Volkswagens Ever.

Volkswagen Scirocco R (Mk3) (2010-2014)

With a top speed of 155 mph, the Volkswagen Scirocco R takes joint second place.
It's a 3 door FWD Coupé with 5 seats and a front-mounted 2L Inline 4 Turbo engine.
It is also 22nd in The Fastest Accelerating Volkswagens Ever.

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Last updated on 16th August, 2019
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