Volkswagen will cut at least one minivan from its from Euro range, because SUVs are (you guessed it) selling in much larger numbers and are more profitable.
Just weeks after Volkswagen launched the Mark VIII Golf, Skoda came out with the fourth-gen Octavia. See how the two differ in this side-by-side comparison.
After more teasers than a Supra on a drunken night out, the Volkswagen Golf Mark VIII has been launched, and it will be available from December in Europe.
The 2020 Volkswagen Golf has an evolutionary body, new interior with a 10″ touchscreen, online connectivity, over-the-air updates, and Car2X communication.
Volkswagen US is taking the axe to its Golf range, removing the wagon, Alltrack and R from the lineup, leaving behind the Value Edition, e-Golf and GTI.
Volkswagen has dropped the Golf wagon models from its US range, leaving its US dealers without any wagons in its range for the first time since 1965.
Reportedly only the Mark VIII Volkswagen Golf performance models will be sold in the US, meaning the Alltrack, wagon and regular hatch models are out.
40 years of the Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet will be on display at the 2019 Bremen Classic Motorshow, including the rare 1976 prototype car.
The 2019 Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR has a 2L turbo with 180kW (241hp), FWD, 7-speed DSG, 18″ or 19″ wheels, and front differential lock.
The 2018 Volkswagen Enthusiast Fleet includes lowered and eye catching versions of the Tiguan, Arteon, Jetta and Golf, and an offroading version of the Atlas SUV.