VW Golf VI

VW Golf VI




 VW Golf VI

VW Golf VI




 VW Golf VI

VW Golf VI




VW Golf VI

Volkswagen has released the first official images and information on the sixth generation Golf, that will go on sale in January 2009. The design adopts some of the elements introduced with the Scirocco. The sixth generation Golf follows five generations, 34 years and over 26 million vehicles after the original first went on sale.



VW Golf VI

Klaus Bischoff, Head of Design for the Volkswagen brand led the team responsible for the shape of the new car, overseen by Volkswagen Group’s head of design, Walter de Silva. ‘It is more accentuated than its predecessor with precisely defined lines and edges and with finely proportioned flared surfaces and recesses,’ commented de Silva.



VW Golf VI

The new look aims to combine the elements that define the Golf across five generations while bringing them up to date. The result is a clean, elegant design that’s easily recognisable as a Golf yet remains an all-new shape.The same elements of simplicity and attention to detail were applied to the vehicle’s interior. A new level of quality is established in the Golf with the adoption of materials and equipment usually associated with a vehicle in a higher segment. Clearly defined white backlit dials sit in recessed, individual cowells behind a three-spoke steering wheel with the option of controls for entertainment and communications functions. High quality, soft touch plastics are integrated with tasteful aluminium and chrome highlights. The new look is combined with advances made by Volkswagen engineers in reducing wind noise, including a completely new design of door and window seals, a new damping film that supports the windscreen and a new engine mounting system. The result is new levels of acoustic damping to make the new Golf the quietest yet







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