It definitely looks different than the Golf Mk7 as well as the latest Polo, yet we’re not entirely convinced it’s real.
The eighth-generation Volkswagen Golf will be unveiled in Q3 2019.
What if VW had to do the same for all 11 million diesel-powered cars equipped with defeat devices?.
Rebuilt title? Check. Flood claim? Check. Hydrolocked engine? Check. No worries, it’s totally fine.
The driver of the Golf was the one getting beat up initially by the driver of the BMW and a pedestrian.
Don’t be surprised if the Mk8 VW Golf looks different than these images suggest.
This old, heavily modified Volkswagen Golf ran the 1/2-mile in 17.3 seconds at 333 km/h (207 mph).
The all-new Volkswagen Golf will launch next year with better everything.
It might look (mostly) stock from the outside, but this Golf R32 delivers more than double its initial output.
The 2019 VW Golf has a new 1.4-liter engine with 147 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque.
Increasing power by 700 HP over the stock engine obviously required some serious mods from the tuner.
Peak torque stays the same and the Golf will gain extra gears for enhanced efficiency.