Originally Posted by lyonsroar
The previous .:r32 wasn't meant to be a fast car. It was meant to be a grand touring car. Luxury and speed mated together.
Correct - and the Golf R isn't being marketed that way either. But the R has vastly more modification capabilities than the R32 ever did.
The APR dealer who did my car has already reflashed close to a dozen Golf R's, so customers are definitely taking advantage of it's ease of modification.