2018 Volkswagen Golf Review, Release and Redesign

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2018 Volkswagen Golf Review, Release and Redesign – Welcome to Newcarsuv.com, we will provide the latest information about the Volkswagen Golf GTI. 2018 Volkswagen Golf changes is one brand new car from Volkswagen that was released in 2018. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2018 Volkswagen Golf Release Date.

2018 Volkswagen Golf GTI

The 2018 model will be the 8th generation of this super popular model and VW have just announced their line up, at least for Europe. While it looks like we’ll be getting most of the current crop, we do know that America (perhaps the rest of the world) won’t be getting the 2.0 liter TDi diesel it seems that VW are still licking their wounds with that one.

The heaviest change to the exterior takes place up front where the Golf no has a much sportier front fascia. The air dam is now huge compared to before with the bottom edge of its trim rotating around and doubling back on top of the corner air intakes. Those corner air intakes aren’t necessarily larger, but they are elevated compared to the pre-facelift model. That horizontal louver in each corner vent now looks like a separate unit as opposed to looking like a formed part of the fascia itself. The body line just above and to the outside of the corner vent is now more pronounced than ever. The chrome strip in the grille now extends into the headlights via a sporty LED stripe that surrounds the bottom and outer edges of each headlight bulb. On a side note, models that are equipped with adaptive cruise control or front assist now have the radar sensor hidden behind the VW emblem instead of inside the air dam.

2018 Volkswagen Golf Price

Pricing for the new 2018 Volkswagen Golf has been set at $32,000 – $45,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2018 Volkswagen Golf we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog Newcarsuv.Com.

2018 Volkswagen Golf Specs

To signal the updates to the 2018 Volkswagen Golf, the car receives subtle exterior styling changes, new lighting elements, and revised wheel designs. The grille, front fenders, and front and rear bumpers are different, and new paint colors are available. Notably, the radar unit powering selected driver-assistance systems is now hidden behind the VW logo on the grille.

Standard equipment includes a 6.5-in. touch-screen display. A larger 8.0-in. display is available, and can be further fitted with navigation and a Wi-Fi hotspot. With those upgrades the screen switches to a flush, glass surface similar to a smartphone or tablet computer.

In the area of in-car tech, there are two main areas in which the updated Golf excels. The first is the new infotainment system, which VW describes as a next-generation system. The base setup relies on a 6.5-inch touchscreen display in the center stack. Above this is an 8.0-in display and further still is a 9.2-in display. The latter will feature a gesture control in addition to proximity sensors.

2018 Volkswagen Golf Interior

Top versions have a 9.2-in. flush-glass display with proximity-sensing and gesture-control capability. Additionally, users can operate the system by voice commands, and the system’s Home screen can be programmed to specific preferences. This infotainment system also eliminates knobs and buttons, reducing clutter but also potentially increasing user interface problems.

The interior of the new GTI houses a new 9.2-inch Discovery Navigation Pro infotainment system which can be specced. It can be operated with gesture controls, and yes, it’s freaking expensive to option.

The top-of-the-line infotainment system also supplies 2 USB ports, 2 SD card slots, a 10GB solid-state drive, and a jukebox music track-storage function. A new Media Control app allows passengers to control infotainment functions using a smartphone or tablet that is connected to the onboard Wi-Fi hotspot.

2018 Volkswagen Golf Engine

Volkswagen has confirmed a new turbocharged, 1.5-liter 4-cylinder gasoline engine for the 2018 Golf, one making an estimated 148 horsepower and 184 lb.-ft. of torque. The engine will include Active Cylinder Management technology that will allow it to operate on fewer cylinders under low-load driving conditions, helping to conserve fuel.

Under the hood, the new Golf GTi will have an updated 2.0 liter TSI motor, with an increase in horsepower from 210 BHP to 227 BHP with a further increase up to 245 BHP with the performance package. There will be of course even more powerful Golf’s, but if you want more that the near 250 BHP of the GTi, you’ll need to swap up to the R.

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