Volkswagen launched the latest model of the All-New 2017 Volkswagen Golf (MK7). This car has been equipped with a new set of features which is believed to enhance the driving experience for its passengers. The car is rumored to have been using the new technology and are equipped with more efficient engines. Volkswagen also claims that the 2017 Volkswagen Golf has pinned semi-autonomous car technology, gesture control and other entertainment systems.
From the exterior, Volkswagen added some subtle changes. The change is the front bumper and rear bumper gets a new design, the rear lights are equipped with LED and Full LED headlights plus DRL. The exterior improvement looks more complete with aluminum wheel rim and new color options.
The car relies on the latest 1.5-liter TSI engine (gasoline). The engine generates a power of 148 HP and comes with Active Cylinder Management system technology that can turn off two-cylinders to improve fuel efficiency. The BlueMotion version will also be presented with the same engine, but with a smaller power is 128 HP.
Not only that, VW also upgraded the GTI engine is now capable of generating power at 226 HP (standard model) and 241 HP (performance model). The 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox transmission replaces the six-speed DSG.
The most noticeably new touch contained in the new features on the All-new 2017 Volkswagen Golf. Volkswagen provided it with a variety of advanced features including a semi-autonomous Traffic Jam Assist, Pedestrian Monitoring for Front Assist with City Emergency Braking, Trailer Assist and Emergency Assist.
All of these added safety features that already exist, such as Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Front Assist with City Emergency Braking System, Lane Assist, Blind Spot Sensor, Rear Traffic Alert, Park Assist, Driver Alert System, traffic sign recognition in Automatic Post-Collision Braking System.
VW also has added Active Info high-def digital instrument cluster, which has a diameter of 12.3″. In addition, VW also pinned the latest entertainment system for the first time pinned on cars produced by VW, as well as the screen size of 6.5″ to 9.2 “. The plan, the 2017 Volkswagen Golf will go on sale in early December 2016 at a competitive price.