Volkswagen has officially unveiled the new Golf Sportsvan, which is the replacement of the Golf Plus.
The new compact MPV signed by Volkswagen, the Golf Sportsvan, Golf Plus’ successor, has been officially unveiled. The model in question is riding on the MQB platform and it has been designed in order to offer a lot of space in the cabin, with low fuel consumption. The most economical version of the vehicle is burning just 3.6 liters of fuel every 100 km and it’s emitting 95 g/km of CO2.
The 2015 Volkswagen Golf Sportsvan has a new infotainment system with services such as the Online Traffic Information, the Google Street View or the Google Earth, along with front impact collision prevention, lane keeping assist, blind spot monitor and others. Its design is not bringing anything new compared to the same model unveiled in Geneva but we can easily spot the headlights, which are different than the one of the regular Golf, the new taillights and an increased body size.
The engine lineup of the Volkswagen Golf Sportsvan includes six units, all of them supercharged. The petrol ones (TSI) are assuring levels of power between 85 HP and 150 HP and we also have two diesels (TDI), producing 110 HP and 150 HP. All engines, except for the TSI85 entry-level, can be ordered with the DSG automatic transmission. Pricing details will be announced later on.