2019 Golf R MK8
2019 Golf R MK8 welcome to vwsuvmodels.com now you can find expert reviews for the latest models Volkswagen SUVs from U.S. in our site. Despite the renewal of the last period average of the Mk7 golf, German automotive publications look forward to the new generation of venerable VW back-thieves.
Bild’s German car produced a report on the upcoming Mk8 Gulfs series, and it’s a predictable name for “easier, better, faster, stronger”. Improved, but not entirely different, because the next golf will still sit on the version of the Volkswagen MQB platform. Thus, various hard points such as columns A and B will remain unchanged.
As for the things that will change, auto Bild said that the new car will be 35 to 70 kg lighter and feature a new design with a lower nose (and thus better aerodynamics) and sharper cut taillights. Stern Badging will be moved to the center of the hull, for an upscale look also seen in the company Arteon pseudo-luxury sedan. Not just groundbreaking stuff, but again: evolution, not revolution.
Inside, however, there is a slightly different story. The interior of the Mk8 golf has been completely renovated and has nothing against the classic cockpit, which allowed for a huge, two-image layout, recently resembling Mercedes-Benz limousines. It is said that you will be able to control it with touch or gestures. The most interesting one, perhaps, is the introduction of an advanced reality heads-up display, which has the ability to display navigation arrows and information directly on the road in front of you in three dimensions.
The report also said that the new golf level 3 autonomy to achieve at speeds of up to 37 miles per hour – a feat performed only for the first time on a production vehicle in the Audi A8 revealed earlier this week.
For reasons that do not really need to be mentioned again, do not expect a great focus on diesel performance. Instead, Volkswagen unveils its eggs in electrification, supposedly implementing the 48-volt mild hybrid system already seen on the Audi RS5 and mentioned A8 (as confirmed by previous reports).
Now for funny things. The Autopicture will produce 350 hp (a significant increase over the current 292-PS), which matches the output of the corresponding Ford Focus, while the Mk8 announced that the GTI 250-PS could win (from 220-PS). competitors.
Despite all the improvements and technologies, the structure of golf prices is not expected to change fortunately. Mk8 Volkswagen Golf (and possibly its derivatives), which is scheduled to be launched as a 2020 model car, was reportedly released in Frankfurt in September 2019.
VW Golf The new generation of GTI is based on a lightweight hybrid drive that promises to accept performance and improvement while reducing fuel consumption and emissions compared to the redesigned current model.
The introduction of a 48 V electrical system and an integrated starter motor in the new hot hatchback is part of the overhaul of the drive train via the MK8 golf line. These changes are also intended to make the upcoming model the most powerful series production of the Golf GTI.
Although the new Golf GTI is almost two years old since its launch, sources near the VW for research and development revealed that Frank Welsh’s initial performance targets are similar to the 261 hp of the limited edition of the Golf GTI Clubsport. Planned to go on sale in the UK in 2020, the MK8 Golf GTI will retain an internal combustion engine: VW familiar turbocharger 2.0-liter gasoline unit.
2019 Golf R MK8
However, with the introduction of the 48V-electrical system, the four-cylinder engine can be significantly modified. It is likely that the internal combustion turbocharger of today’s model will give way to an electric compressor that offers a better low segment response and a wider flatter torque range for additional flexibility.
In addition, the integrated VW starter motor enables the Golf GTI front wheel to be powered by a so-called boost function, in which an electric motor, mounted on the front side of a standard seven-speed gearbox with a double clutch, an internal combustion motor in the Performance mode.