Volkswagen Connected Golf Concept shown at CES image

Volkswagen has officially introduced the new Connected Golf Concept at the 2015 CES, in Las Vegas.

Besides pulling the wraps off the new Golf R Touch Concept, the German based automaker has used the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show to present the Connected Golf Concept too. The model in question has received the newest generation MIB II infotainment system, which is providing support for a lot of applications and it can also work with a lot of tablets and smartphones. This is getting online functionality and it can work with the Apple’s Car Play, with Google’s Android Auto and it also has the MirrorLink support, allowing the driver to mirror the tablet’s or smarthphone’s display on the infotainment system.

Volkswagen says that besides these, the new Connected Golf has also received a lot of interesting features, which also includes the Trained Parking system, using a camera mounted on the rearview mirror, to scan a frequently used path into a parking space. This is basically an evolutionary stage of Park Assist and VW says that in the future, this will evolve and allow grant remote parking through the use of a smartphone, which will control the car. Last but not least, we have to mention the Intelligent Charge system, which is illustrating how electric cars will be made more convenient in the future. By looking at the exterior lights, you will be able to see whether the battery is still getting charged or if it is charged already. More details on the VW Connected Golf Concept remain unknown at this time.