Volkswagen Golf station wagon for the first time went to testsMay 15, 2020
There is practically no camouflage on the car, which indicates a very early premiere of the new product.
The German company Volkswagen began to test the model Golf Mk8 in the station wagon. Photos of the car, which has virtually no camouflage, hit the Net on Friday, May 15th. Two years ago, representatives of the brand said that the novelty is unlikely to receive a station wagon. However, the desire of fans of the brand and the popularity of such a modification in Europe did their job. It is noteworthy that the car has virtually no camouflage.
The only masked part was the taillights, on which there is a sticker from a previous generation car. Despite the fact that these are the first test trials, the novelty practically does not need camouflage.
The thing is that Golf models in hatchback and station wagon bodies practically do not differ in the front and rear parts.
A body shape can be considered in the presence of camouflage. It is already known that the sale of Volkswagen Golf in the station wagon will be carried out only in the markets of Europe and Asia. The debut of the car should take place this fall, and it should go on sale next year.
Recall that Volkswagen is testing the coupe-like version of the Tiguan crossover. The car is mainly intended for the Chinese market, where this type of bodywork is very popular.
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