The Golf III entered the market in 1991 with a well-rounded body. Sure, it looked different, but it was immediately recognizable as a Golf. With its VR6 engine, this car revolutionized the compact class at the time. Typical for this generation: the almond-shaped headlights.
The VW Golf: the beginning of a long success story and still an absolute icon among tuners and fans. The Golf I, the first version, made the step from Beetle to the Golf. In the U.S., it was initially listed under the official classification "Rabbit" because of its agility.
Wheels don’t experience any tougher conditions than in motor sports. This is one of the reasons why we will once again be taking part in the RCN, Germany’s oldest racing series for touring car racing, this year with RONAL Racing as promotional partner and sponsor of the EiFelkind Racing team.