2019 Volkswagen Golf GTI Rumors – Welcome to carnewconcept.com now you can find expert reviews for the latest models Volkswagen SUVs from the U.S. in our site. Despite the MK7 Golf has recently received its middle cycle refreshment, a German automatic publication is already looking forward to the next generation of the venerable Volkswagen hatchback.
Autobild German auto Magazine came out with a report on the upcoming range of MK8 Golfs, and it turns out, “lighter, better, faster, stronger” is predictable the name of the game. Improved, but not drastically different, as the next Golf will always sit on a version of the Volkswagen CBRM platform. Thus, various hard points such as pillars A and B will be unchanged.
As for the things that will change, Autobild said that the new car will be 35 to 70 kg lighter and equipped with a new design with a lower nose (and therefore, better aerodynamics) and sharper cutting lights. Badging rear will be moved to the center of the trunk, for a more upscale look also seen in the sedan of the company Pseudo luxury. Not exactly the Earth-breaking things, but once again: evolution, not revolution.
2019 Volkswagen Golf GTI Interior
Inside, however, is a bit of a different story. The interiors of the MK8 Golf course will be completely redesigned and avoid the classic cockpit for a large two-screen installation reminiscent of the Mercedes-Benz sedan of the end. It would be able to be controlled by touch or gestures. The most interesting, perhaps, is the introduction of an augmented reality display heads-up that has the ability to project navigation arrows and information directly on the street in front of you in three-dimensional.
The Volkswagen Golf will undergo its greatest transformation in 43 years for the next generation as the German mark is preparing to deploy the hybrid technology, slim down the line of model and completely reorganize the interior design. An unveiling for the MK8 Golf hatchback was reserved for the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2019 but on the Frankfurt show this year we got new information on this High-Tech interior.
The next Volkswagen golf course will include a “revolution” in its cabin, the head of the design company promised. The car MK8 is due for sale in 2020. It will continue to be based on the platform of the CBRM current car, and will feature a large number of its same engines and transmissions – and this level of continuity has allowed VW to concentrate on other areas.
Design boss of VW Klaus Bischoff revealed to Auto Express that the chief among these requirements is to be “ready for the next generation of connectivity and scanning” – and that this has caused a “total rethink” on how the cab of the car will watch.
2019 Volkswagen Golf GTI Engine
According to the automobile, the next generation of Volkswagen Golf GTI will produce around 300 HP, which represents a big leap from the output of the current model of 210 hp (US-spec). If true, it will be more powerful than the current top variant, the 292-HP Golf R AWD. The 2019 VW Golf GTI engine could be a revised version of the Turbo 2.0-litre unit or a V6 narrow-angle engine.
Also on the maps is an HP 400 golf RS, similar to the current generation VW Golf R400 concept, which was green-lit for production. Other rumor variants include a hybrid/EV (like the GTE Golf). Volkswagen could keep the manual transmission at six speeds for driving purists, and also offers improved automatic DSG routing gearboxes by a limited electronic slip differential. Another report put a 10-Speed DSG on the Next-Gen Golf, capable of manipulating up to 550 nm of torque.
So probably further forward, it will also be in smaller segments. Faced with the scandal of VW emissions and the increasing cost of diesel technology, light hybrid powertrains will offer a cleaner alternative to diesel with similar efficiency levels. Conventional propeller groups will remain with a new 1.5-liter four-cylinder Turbo petrol engine that will be joined by a new 1.5 diesel, replacing the current 1.6.
The variants such as the GTI and R will benefit from performance improvements, with a power up to 250 hp and 350 CH respectively. The EWG plug-in hybrid will also be offered, but the e-Golf will not do to another generation due to the arrival of the identity of the family, are confirmed dead.
2019 Volkswagen Golf GTI Price
Word is the C400ch VW Golf Hyper-Hatch is designed for a beginning of the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2015, with the first deliveries of pencil to the end of 2015 or early 2016. There are a bunch of fast golf courses being developed in Wolfsburg: VW has also shown some hot GTI golf concepts at the 2015 Wörthersee Festival: A faster model, one prepared by the VW apprentices and a Wilder, hybrid golf concept. Expect some to make Production that Volkswagen is preparing to mark the anniversary of the Ruby GTI in 2015.
Cost of the R400/R420? At the beginning to say definitively, but we hear that it will cost less than £50 000 in Germany. This means Sub £40 000 in the UK, compared to £32 000 for a golf R and £27 000 for a Golf GTI.