The seventh-generation of the Volkswagen Golf family has been unveiled, with the family hatch a treat on the eyes and boasting more technology offerings than ever.
One of the highlight features of the new car is that it is 56mm longer than the outgoing Mk6 vehicle, as well as 13mm wider than that model.
As well as making the new Golf a more dominant force on the road, the enhanced measurements also helps to create additional interior space for people to enjoy.
When compared to the Mk6 Golf, the seventh-generation model has more leg and shoulder room on offer to both driver and passengers. The boot space is also enhanced by 30 litres.
Technology is also impressive on the new Golf. An electronic parking brake prevents knocks from occurring when reversing into a space, while a multi-collision brake system automatically brings the vehicle to a halt should a crash occur. Both of these features are fitted as standard.
The seventh-generation Volkswagen Golf will make its world premiere at the Paris Motor Show later this month, before going on sale in October.
Posted by Louise Clark
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