VW showed photos of the new generation Golf hatchback

VW showed photos of the new generation Golf hatchback

October 10, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

A couple of minutes ago, the press service of the German brand published images that depicted the popular Volkswagen Golf hatchback, its exterior and interior. The official presentation will take place on October 24th.

Over the past few months, we have seen an incredible amount of spy shots of the new Volkswagen Golf. And finally, the automaker published a couple of photos, thanks to which you can see in detail the eighth generation of the extremely popular compact hatchback. By tradition, the exterior of the Golf has not received any significant changes and can be called evolutionary rather than revolutionary. The novelty can boast of modified headlights in which a thin LED strip appeared, which passes through the entire front panel.

“More dynamic than ever before” is how VW speaks of the exterior style of the new Golf.

Salon will be a fundamental change compared to the previous model. We clearly see that it has nothing to do with its predecessor, in particular because now the interior has lost most of its physical buttons. This is due to the fact that many controls are built into the touch screen, which merges with the digital dashboard and is another touch panel to the left of the driver’s display.

A stylish air conditioning unit is located below the infotainment system, while thin air vents have been moved lower. There is more space in the car that will be appreciated by rear-row passengers, and the volume of the “trunk” has also been increased.

The new Volkswagen Golf will be officially unveiled on October 24 and will go on sale in Europe by the end of the year. First, a five-door hatchback will appear, and soon after that, a wagon will be available for purchase. A three-door hatchback will most likely not be offered due to the rather low demand for it.

High-performance Golf GTI and Golf R will appear in 2020, and test prototypes of the first have already been noticed by journalists.