Next-Gen Volkswagen Golf:- According to a report in Germany, Volkswagen Golf could be the last model this summer, as the company is now focusing on electric vehicles, and as you all know, today all the companies are busy making electric vehicles.
But it is by no means that this model of Volkswagen Golf will be the last model. Because in an interview with Autocar, Volkswagen Passenger Car CEO Thomas Schaefer denied this information and said that it is not at all the case that Golf will not come now. And they said that we will not let go of the Golf name.
CEO Scheper said that the Volkswagen Golf and GTI are such popular and iconic brand names that it would be unwise to discontinue them, and that’s why the Volkswagen Golf will never be discontinued. But it may happen that its name may change slightly.
As Volkswagen Golf and Id have a close association, it is possible that the next-generation Golf could be named id golf. Then the question arises as to what will happen to the Volkswagen ID3. So Schaefer says that there is scope to sell both models as ID.
And there was never a successor to the ID3 Golf, that was the Golf Plus. For those unfamiliar with the model, the Golf Plus was an MPV-like vehicle produced between 2004 and 2014 and was later replaced by the Golf Sportsvan.
Volkswagen is said to be working on a facelift on the Golf which is expected to remain on sale for between five and six years as an eighth-generation model.
And some fans may be put off by the idea of an electric Golf GTi. But it seems necessary as the European Union is set to ban the sale of new diesel and petrol vehicles by 2035, prompting automakers to ditch diesel to switch to electric vehicles. And that’s why there is a possibility that the next generation of Golf may come in the form of electricity.
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