A new generation of the Volkswagen Golf is expected to be introduced in a couple of years, as the popular hatchback currently has a five-year model cycle.
The German based automaker Volkswagen will have the tough job of creating a new Golf which should be better than the current one and considering the fact that the vehicle currently has a five-year model cycle, we expect to see a facelifted version next year and a new generation two years later, meaning that in 2017 we should prepare to meet the future Volkswagen Golf.
According to the guys from Auto Express, the new Golf will be better than its predecessor in every single way. It will be packed with innovative tech, it will be powerful, faster and more fuel efficient and it should also be the first Volkswagen to use the new 10-speed automatic transmission, but this will only be introduced on the sportier versions, the GTD, the GTI and the R. Volkswagen will also be offering more power for the current GTI and also for the range topping R variant, while the e-Golf will be coming with a better range. More details on the new Golf are limited at this time and will be announced close to its debut.