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Next-Gen VW Golf To Launch Alongside I.D. Hatch 24
Sep
Posted by Brad Anderson in Electric Vehicles, Golf, Reports, VW on 09 24th, 2017


Volkswagen will launch the eighth-generation VW Golf almost exactly the same time as the I.D. electric hatchback.
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VW MK7 Version of Golf Soon 20
Jul
Posted by Alex Ion in Automotive News, Golf, MK7, VW on 07 20th, 2011

VW seems to be treading the ambitious route with a soon to come MK7 version of the Golf. The new model comes with a sleek design sporting a wider track, steeper wind shield and lower roof line, compared with the present model.

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The interior also comes with changes, which includes a more bogged down driving position. The new instrument panel and center console have been further inclined towards the driver. That makes us think of a sports car.

The Golf variant will not confine to the stereotype, we hear. It will come across as a bulkier and aggressive 5-seater people-mover. May be the variant could give that can match up to the Ford C-Max.

The next generation VW golf is expected to hit roads by mid 2012.

Meanwhile, we also hear that VW is also planning a 3-door edition which would be distinct and stylish than the 5-door variant Golf.

 



VW Golf VII Hatchback to Hit Dealerships by 2012-end 25
Jan
Posted by Alex Ion in audi a3, Automotive News, Golf, Golf VII, MQB, PQ35, Volkswagen, VW on 01 25th, 2011

Volkswagen is on the verge of bringing its seventh generation Golf hatchback. The much awaited car is expected to come to dealerships by 2012-end or beginning of 2013.

The VW Golf has been the largest selling car in Europe for the majority of last 3 decades. The main reason cited for the premature exit of the current model is that it is built on the old PQ35 platform, whereas the new model will feature VW’s new modular transverse architecture or Modular Querbaukasten (MQB) in German.

The new architecture is an inexpensive one by which VW expects double-digit profit percentage and will be used to build up to 3 million vehicles per year. Also, unlike the current PQ35 where only vehicles of different brands using the same structure could be included, the MQB can be stretched to include different new models.

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The new Audi A3 will be the first car to implement the MQB in its design and also the first to hit the roads possibly during the summer of 2012, before the new Golf.

Although no exact date has been revealed for the launch of Golf VII, expect the beauty to drive in by early 2013 at least.

(Via WCF)







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