Translation: (She:) “What? Tachometer”?
(He:)  "Yes. Ah... No... No. I didn’t say that!"
(She:) "Yes, you did!"

More about the VW Golf R32:
In 2004 Volkswagen produced the Golf R32 in Europe. Due to unexpected popularity, Volkswagen decided to sell the car in the USA as the 2004 Volkswagen R32. Billed as the pinnacle of the Golf IV platform, the R32 included every performance, safety, and luxury feature VW had to offer including the all new 3.2 L VR6 engine producing 241 bhp, AWD, a new 6-speed manual transmission, independent rear suspension, automatic climate control, sport seats from Koenig, 18" OZ Aristo wheels, electronic stability programme ESP, massive (334 mm) brakes, sunroof, and model specific bodywork.

Five thousand cars were produced and intended to be sold over a 2-year period. Each car was sold just 13 months later. This was a venture put out by Volkswagen which was considered to be a corporate gamble. Volkswagen surprisingly sold all 5,000 R32s in America with little marketing and advertising.

The R32 remains the quickest car Volkswagen has imported to the U.S. Capable of 60 mph in only 5.8 seconds, and clearing the 1/4 mile in only 14.1@99.2 mph (though there have been times of mid to high 13 second 1/4 times reported and proven by extremely good drivers. The average mark of the 13 second R32 is about 13.7 @ 101mph.), it edges out its sportiest sibling (the Phaeton 6.0 litre W12 - 414 bhp) by a tenth of a second by the 1320 foot mark.