The iconic Golf has seen its fair share of modifications and revisions over the decades, and now the German giants look set to make further changes to the latest edition of the stunning family-hatch.
Volkswagen’s stunning new premium saloon has been spotted in testing before it is shown off at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show in March.
German giants Volkswagen have continued their push of revolutionising their already stellar range with the announcement of a revised version of their compact city-car.
The demand for a new, more sustainable and efficient fuel is no secret. The automotive industry is spending millions of pounds and using extensive human resource to discover a way in which they can revolutionise one of the world’s biggest markets. Huge steps have been taken in a short space of time and cars are becoming ever-more efficient as technological advances come fast.
As the evermore important electric car automotive market grows and manufacturers work to compete with one another to ensure their customers receive the most environmentally friendly and also financially friendly vehicles for their money we have exciting news from Volkswagen about the technology which will be used in the brand new ID electric car when it launches in a few years’ time.
The LA Motor Show is almost upon us and all eyes are set to be on the Volkswagen stand as they look set to unveil the Passat GT concept.
The Volkswagen Golf is one of the most prominent cars across European and more recently global roads in recent history. It’s evolving natural style, family-practicality and unrivalled reliability have lead it to sell more than 20 million models globally since it was introduced in 1974 to replace the current ‘People’s Champion’ (another Volkswagen) the Beetle. The much-loved Beetle meant Volkswagen had huge boots to fill and to their credit they have more than matched it with the peerless success the Golf has brought them in the five decades since.
Volkswagen’s second edition of the popular CC saloon has been spotted under a heavy disguise on the streets as extensive testing takes place ahead of its anticipated arrival in 2017.
Next year, Volkswagen will release an SUV version of its much loved, longstanding Polo model and the new vehicle has been spotted out and about on the roads recently being tested. The supermini’s SUV version will feature a bigger body with an overall sportier look and feel compared to the model upon which it’s based on.