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Cars Volkswagen Golf 2020 video review

20:35  07 december  2019
20:35  07 december  2019 Source:   autocar.co.uk

Next-gen VW Golf GTI spied uncovered for first time

  Next-gen VW Golf GTI spied uncovered for first time It’ll debut sometime next year. Volkswagen revealed the eighth-generation VW Golf last month, which means the new GTI is right around the corner. Spy photos of the camouflaged hot hatch first emerged this summer, and then we spotted it at the Nürburgring. Today, the latest pictures show the next-generation Golf GTI completely uncovered in the frigid cold and snow of the Arctic Circle.

The world-famous VW Golf has gone electric! It’s almost identical to the regular Mk7 Golf , and it’s brought the same interior fittings and features…

The next-gen Volkswagen Golf has been spotted testing, and the engineers apparently didn't see much reason to keep the model under wraps because they left

a yellow car parked on the side of a road: Volkswagen Golf 2020 video review © Autocar Volkswagen Golf 2020 video review

Volkswagen says the new Mk8 Golf is the most sophisticated Golf there’s ever been. And given it features an almost entirely digital cockpit, uses never-before-seen hybrid engines and boasts a raft of driver-assistance system, who are we to disagree?

But it’s also the end of an era. Volkswagen now sees its future in the pure-electric ID 3, meaning that although the new Golf will be the brand’s sales powerhouse for several years to come, as a concept it exists on borrowed time (not to sound overly dramatic). Still, we’d expect this one to once again compete for class honours against not only its usual rivals from Audi, Ford and Renault but now also BMW, whose new front-wheel-drive 1-Series has impressed.

Volkswagen Golf 2.0 TDI 2020 review

  Volkswagen Golf 2.0 TDI 2020 review New engine technology aims to restore credibility for TDI power, and the Mk8 Golf benefits handsomelyThere is genuine progress elsewhere, too. As we discovered during our recent first drive of the mid-hybrid 1.5 eTSI, this new Golf steers with genuine precision on its stiffened-up MQB chassis. In a first for any VW Group product, dampers that now firm up on outside and soften on the inside to further help the car rotate into and through bends, and you really need to go looking for it to experience any meaningful understeer.

The Golf is the most successful European car for more than four decades. A new chapter in the history of this best-seller begins today, 24 October 2019

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When the Mk8 Golf arrives early next year, will it still be the family hatchback to have? We drove a pre-production model in Portugal to learn more.

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Golf R substitute arrives in the UK with almost identical hardware but an alternative personaFirst, though, you can tell an R-spec T-Roc by the new rear diffuser, skirts and wheelarch extensions, as well as additional daytime running lights at the front that sit within a new bumper. British cars also get 19in alloy wheels as standard to go with the 20mm drop in ride height. Then there are the quad exhausts, straight from the Golf R playbook; if you opt for the Akrapovič option, the tips are perforated.

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