WOW!!! 2021 Volkswagen Golf Here's What We Know Automotive Cars News

WOW!!! 2021 Volkswagen Golf Here's What We Know  Automotive Cars News

WOW!!! 2021 Volkswagen Golf Here’s What We Know Automotive Cars News What It Is: The next and eighth generation of

the Golf, Volkswagen’s global best-seller. It comes later than expected—VW project development got sidetracked by

the diesel scandal—and it represents a relatively small technological step forward from the current Golf Mark 7,

which migrated to the MQB platform from the previous model’s PQ35 bones.auto, mobile, Car, News, 2021 Volkswagen

Golf, Car News, 2021 Volkswagen Golf: Here’s What We Know, The eighth-gen Golf retains the current model’s

proportions, but it will get a front graphic treatment reminiscent of VWs from a few generations back, marking a

departure from the current Golf’s mug. The Golf R will be more dramatically differentiated from the regular lineup

than it is today, with a wider body.

Why It Matters: The Golf 8 will need to continue generating the nameplate’s usual large profits, since VW is

planning to spend them on the global rollout of electric and electrified vehicles.WOW!!! 2021 Volkswagen Golf

Here’s What We Know Automotive Cars News And the car will need to make gains in efficiency now that the company is

slowly weaning itself away from diesel propulsion, a field in which it used to claim leadership. Further, it will

need to cater to VW’s traditional owners and aficionados who love their Golfs, SportWagens, GTIs, and Golf Rs just

the way they are.

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Platform: The upcoming Golf will remain on the MQB transverse-engine platform that underpins today’s Golf and is

shared with a number of VW Group vehicles, including the Audi TT and VW’s large SUV, the Atlas. The electronic

architecture will be updated with improved hardware to facilitate a user interface employing large screens, swiping

and gesture-control functions, and a large optional head-up display.

Powertrain: The next Golf will be offered with a 1.0-liter inline-three (not for the United States), mid-level

turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-fours in various states of tune, a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four in the GTI, and

possibly a 3.0-liter V-6 in the Golf R. Europe will also see 2.0-liter diesel engines. The four-cylinder mills

likely will be fitted with a 48-volt hybrid system, while the battery-powered e-Golf will be discontinued in favor

of more stand-alone EVs. We expect to see optional all-wheel drive (it will be standard on the Golf R) available on

more than just the lifted Alltrack wagon and a choice of six-speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch automatic

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