German car maker, Volkswagen, has announced a new entrant to their Golf lineup. Say hello to the 2018 Volkswagen Golf. As you can see, there isn’t much difference with previous models in terms of design. Rather, we get to see little tweaks and refreshes both inside and outside. The taillights and headlights are now fully LED versions.
The new upgrade features 227 horsepower on the standard model (previously 210 hp), and 242 hp on the performance version (up from 220 hp). The standard Golf carries a turbocharged 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine delivering 148 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque. Here are more photos of this beauty:
2018 Volkswagen Golf Photos
As for the interior, the built-in display is now larger. The entertainment system will also feature touch and gesture controls. Volkswagen also added safety features like: front collision assistance with pedestrian detection, and a trailer-assist system. The ride will first launch in Europe mid-2017. There’s no info yet on pricing.
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