Now we here news of the possible arrival of the VW Golf Mk7.5 to fill in this missing void until the all new Mk8 Golf arrive in early 2019. We offer 7-8 reasons to best avoid the Mk7.5 Golf and have you wait patiently for the Mk8 instead.
- The 7th generation Golf will still be wrapped in familiar sheet metal. The shape and design elements and is no different from previous generation.
- Red-painted brake calipers still peek from behind the GTI wheels and it still carries the subtle side skirts, bright exhaust tips sit on either side of a unique rear diffuser, spoiler and LED taillights.
- It has the same cabin look and feel.
- No change in the driver controls, ergonomics and usability. performance vehicles.
- Still has the same GTI instrument cluster, sporty aluminum-look pedals, unique shifter knob, and the flat-bottomed sport steering wheel.
- The infotainment system remains.
- Golf GTI is still powered by a 2.0-liter TSI® turbocharged direct-injection third-generation EA888 engine
7.5 The EA888 engine still produces 220 horsepower at 4,700 rpm, and is paired with a 6-speed DSG automatic transmission.