Volkswagen Golf is so popular model that the whole class practically got its name. It is the best selling model of the German brand, and figures should be even better when the eighth generation we are waiting for so long is on the market. What do you know for now? First of all, Golf sets benchmarks in its class, so the new generation will be bundled with technology. The current, somewhat conservative interior will be replaced by modern displays and is believed to inspire the modern cockpit of the new VW Touareg. Through these screens, the driver will manage the new generation of infotainment systems.
As far as they are concerned, they seem to have decided to play at Volkswagen for sure, just as they otherwise know (which is why they are doing so well, so why change the winning formula, right?). Renders made according to spy photos show a thin front matrix LED and a lightweight mask. Combined with shorter overhangs, the car looks attractive and an extra appeal of attractiveness gives the rear LED lights of the new shape and new light signature.
Below the cover should find different petrol and diesel engines. The petrol offering opens a 1.0 liter three-cylinder. The more powerful option is a 1.5-liter TSI, and the GTI version will probably have 2.0-liter petrol (and a power of about 280 hp). Diesel lovers will be able to choose well-known 1.6-liter and 2.0-liter diesel engines. It mentions the 1.5-liter TSI and 2.0-liter mild-hybrid technology. In Volkswagen, they confirmed that production is moving in June, and Motor1 says the internet prime will be in the middle of summer. The public would first have to see it at the salon in Frankfurt.