The German based automaker Volkswagen has recently announced its plans to introduce three new engines, along with the 4Motion all-wheel drive system, on the new generation of the Golf.
According to the car manufacturer, the 1.2 liter TSI BlueMotion, producing a total output of 105 HP (77 kW), will be the first engine to make its way under the hood of the new VW Golf 7, along with the 1.4 liter TSI BlueMotion with its 122 HP (90 kW), followed by the same unit but with a different output, 140 HP (103 kW), equipped with the active cylinder management system (ACM).
These three engines will get either the seven-speed DSG or the six-speed manual transmission but we don’t know their fuel efficiency figures for the moment. The 4Motion all-wheel drive system will only be available for models like the 1.6 liter TDI BlueMotion, 105 HP (77 kW) or for the 2.0 liter TDI BlueMotion, with its 150 HP (110 kW), which will be mated to the six-speed manual transmission. No more details are being known on these engines for the new Golf, but pricing should be announced soon.