VW Golf VII Prepares for Making the Entrance
A new platform architecture, dubbed “MQB” was introduced this way the structure will be more versatile than the one used on previous chassis by the Golf VI. Drivers can expect that the launch of the Mk VII to spawn a huge family of Golf based cars over the coming years including the new versions of the Touran, Golf Plus and Scirocco.
Among the new features of the new Golf VII we have to mention that it will have a larger booth than its direct competitors like, Ford Focus and Renault Megane, and promisses more legroom at the rear.
There will be available a wide range of TSI supercharged and turbocharged editions including an amazing 300hp 2.0-litre unit, and not to forget an efficient 1.2-liter 65hp engine. The topping on the cake will be a plug-in hybrid as well as an electric version, called e_Bluemotion. Diesel engines will include a 1.6 and 2.0-liter TDI.
As an entry-level, the cars will be fitted with six speed manual gearbox, while the flagstrip machines are to receive the company’s seven-speed DSG semi automatic gearbox. Orn the most powerful cars in the lineup will be a four wheel drive version.