A Quick Look at 2021 Volkswagen Golf Reviews
The redesigned, 8th-generation Volkswagen Golf was unveiled two months ago and will be arriving in Europe next year. We aren’t scheduled to get the new Golf 8 until 2021, but we thought we’d still look at what some media outlets are saying about it. Think of it as a preview of what’s to come!
Those headlights, of course, deserve a closer look: You can specify a state-of-the-art matrix LED system that is more sophisticated than U.S. regulators currently allow. This is top-level technology, taken straight from the premium/luxury segment, and they serve as an indicator of what's hidden behind that innocent mask.
Step inside the new Golf, and fast-forward into the future: The predecessor's conventional layout has made way for a futuristic, fully digital cockpit that is standard equipment even on the lowliest of European-market Golfs. In their top-level version, the screens allow you to rearrange tiles by the touch of a finger, there is a choice between pseudo-analog gages and tiles, the navigation map can serve as background, and many functions can be activated by voice as well. The infotainment system is fast, and even though it could be more intuitive, VW is constantly improving it.
The optional ambient interior lighting system, which also adjusts the instrument color, is real eye candy, and the tall center console looks like it is taken out of a spaceship – Autoblog.com
There’s also a more defined swage running from the leading edge of the front doors through to the rear lights, giving it a more defined shoulder line than at any time in the past.
In a development that helps to bring it into line with some rivals, buyers can option Volkswagen’s IQ light package. It includes automatic main beam, strobe-like indicators, and gives the rear lights a distinctive LED graphic.
The new Golf is 29mm longer, 10mm narrower and 4mm taller than before at a respective 4285mm, 1789mm and 1456mm. It also sits on the same 2636mm wheelbase. Despite the subtle increase in size, Volkswagen has managed to improve aerodynamic efficiency – Car Advice
If you don’t want to wait, South Center Volkswagen has a wide range of new 2020 Volkswagen Golf models to offer you. Give us a call today to book a test drive!