The technology shown on the two Golf concepts at the 2015 CES is currently explored by Volkswagen as it might be added to the next generation of the popular C-segment hatchback.
The two Volkswagen Golf Concept cars shown at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas recently might provide some of their technologies for the future Golf generation. The announcement has been made by a company representative who was contacted by the inautonews.com team.
“We have not said when these technologies will come to market. We are exploring that”, said the Volkswagen official when asked whether the tech found on the two concept cars from CES will make its way onto the new Golf generation.
VW has introduced the Golf R Touch Concept at the Las Vegas event, with the evolution of the carmaker’s infotainment system, dropping most buttons in favor of a large touch screen display, 12.8-inch in size, with high resolution, while the 8-inch touch Control Center, located beneath it, will provide access for the media, climate and other functions. The conventional dials have been replaced by a 12.3-inch Active Information Display.
Another Golf Concept shown at CES was the Connected Golf. The model received the newest generation MIB II infotainment system with support for a lot of smartphones and tablets. This has also received the Trained Parking system and also the Intelligent Charge system, amongst others. You can read more about the Golf Connected Concept here.