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.
The Volkswagen Golf GTE Performance Concept at Worthersee 2017 has a more powerful 200kW (268hp) and 450Nm (332 lb-ft) plugin hybrid powertrain.
The Volkswagen Golf GTE Variant ImpulsE concept at Worthersee 2017 has a bigger 16.8kWh battery that doubles the PHEV wagon’s range.
The Volkswagen Golf GTI First Decade concept at Worthersee 2017 has a 300kW (402hp) gas turbo engine, and a 12kW electric motor for the rear wheels.
The facelifted Mark 7.5 Volkswagen Golf R hatch and wagon have only minor adjustments to the exterior, but the engine has been given more power and torque.
The 2017 Volkswagen Golf R hatch and wagon (Variant) have updated looks, and a more powerful 2-liter turbo I4 with 228kW (306hp) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft).
The 2017 Volkswagen Golf Variant (wagon/estate) has lightly revised headlamps, taillamps, bumpers, and interior with new larger touchscreens.
The 2017 Volkswagen Golf GTE facelift has new headlamps and taillamps with more LED lighting, revised bumpers, and much larger touchscreens.
The 2017 Volkswagen Golf GTI has tweaked styling, and a 2-liter turbo I4 with more power: 230hp (169kW) standard, and a 245hp (180kW) Performance model.
The 2017 Volkswagen Golf facelift has subtly updated headlamps, taillamps, and bumpers, revised engines, and a much larger touchscreen interface.