The future generation of the Volkswagen Golf, the MK7, will enter production in August and it will be officially presented to the public in September, during the 2012 Paris Motor Show.
After being spied a couple of times and with new rumors appearing almost by the day, the future generation of the popular German hatchback, the Volkswagen Golf, is once again entering our news. According to the guys at the germancarblog.com, the Volkswagen Golf VII will start production in August, at the company’s manufacturing facilities in Zwickau and Wolfsburg, Germany, and the model will finally arrive in showrooms across Europe in November, after making its official debut during the 2012 Paris Motor Show in September.
The new generation of the Volkswagen Golf is expected to do the same thing as its predecessors have done, which is grow in size, especially if it will use the new MQB platform, which has recently made its debut on the Cross Coupe Concept. Under the hood of the Volkswagen Golf VII, a variety of petrol and diesel engines are expected, along with a hybrid, a BlueMotion, a GTI and the R versions. Unfortunately we don’t have any more details on the future generation of the Volkswagen Golf so we will have to wait for this year’s Paris Motor Show, where the model will be officially presented.