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 2019 Ford Fiesta Trend replaces the Zetec as the entry level model, and has 16″ wheels, 8″ infotainment system, and a 65kW (88hp) 1.1L gas engine.
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.
The 2019 Vauxhall Astra facelift has new headlamps, active shutter grille, bumpers, 3-cylinder turbo engines, and a 9-speed automatic.
The 2019 Ford Fiesta ST Ford Performance Edition is a UK only limited edition of 600 with 15mm adjustable coilover suspension, orange paint, and 18″ wheels.
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 Volkswagen Jetta Bonneville Speed Racer is based on the 2019 car with a 2L turbo with 600hp (447kW), and hitting a top speed of 208.472mph (335.5km/h).
The 2018 Volkswagen Golf R Abstract Concept by ABT Sportsline has 20-inch FR wheels, 1 inch lower suspension, 4 inch exhaust tips, BAK Performance Mk 7 steering wheel, and camouflage wrap.
The 2019 Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR 3-door hatch has been previewed by a concept. It has FWD, a 2-liter turbo engine with 213kW (286hp) and 370Nm (273 lb-ft), 7-speed DCT, 18″ or 19″ wheels, microfiber trim, new aero, and an adjustable chassis.
The 2018 Ford Fiesta Van has had its rear seats removed, a cargo barrier, a payload of 500kg (1,100lb), a load length of 1.3m (51″), and a cubic meter of cargo space.