2019 Volkswagen Golf Concept Reveal News
Volkswagen launched the seventh generation Golf in 2012, but the car really did not live up to its name. Although golf is a good car, it is not fun or attractive. To change that, it seems that they are finally ready to launch a new model. This will probably be the future Volkswagen Golf 2019, while for the moment the details are still rare, the new 2019 Volkswagen Golf will certainly be a big step forward compared to its predecessor. In addition, although Volkswagen did not publish an official image, some reports leaked on the Internet. Thanks to them, we now have a very good idea of what will happen with the Golf.
The new 2019 Volkswagen Golf model will undoubtedly present a series of timeless design features that will undoubtedly be more muscular than the standard car thanks to the red trim, sport wheels, new spoiler and thick double exhaust tips. However, it is not planned to bring back the 2019 Volkswagen Golf model, so you should be satisfied with the most practical version of five doors.
Its interior will be elegantly equipped with a lot of kit, a large infotainment system with satellite navigation, many driver assistance features and many exclusive 2019 Volkswagen Golf trims, including standard fabric seats, all standard.
The basic engines of the future 2019 Volkswagen Golf will not be so different from its predecessor. However, it seems that Volkswagen may decide to scrap some of its diesel offerings. On top of that, the car should have a much wider choice of high performance engines. It is likely that high-end models introduce their new TSI engines. These should offer about 250 horsepower, in the Golf, all the way north of 320 horsepower in the R. A 6-speed manual will remain standard in most versions of the car, while a double clutch should find your way in all other versions of the car
The 201st generation of the 2019 Volkswagen Golf is expected to be on sale by the end of 2017 or the beginning of 2018. Expect the Golf to go on sale shortly thereafter in 2019. Top Golf models could cost £ 28,000. The Clubsport Maximum Scale Edition could leave you with a bill of over £ 30,000.