The 2021 Volkswagen Golf GTI, GTE and GTD have been revealed as nearly ready for production concepts, and they’re bland, but fast.
The 2020 Volkswagen Golf GTE Concept has a 1.4L turbo I4 plug-in hybrid with 180kW (241hp) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft), and 60km (37mi) WLTP EV range.
The 2020 Volkswagen Golf GTD Concept has a 2L turbo-diesel I4 (EA288 Evo) with 147kW (197hp) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft), and 7-speed DSG.
The 2020 Volkswagen Golf GTI has a 2L turbo I4 (EA888 Evo4) with 180kW (241hp) and 370Nm (273 lb-ft), 6-speed manual or 7-speed DSG, and FWD.
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.
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.
The next generation Volkswagen Golf cabrio will be sold in the US, and will plug a hole in the company’s lineup when the Eos departs.