2017 Volkswagen Golf : What’s changed? New technology detailed

The facelifted seventh-generation Volkswagen Golf has just been unveiled. Given that it doesn’t look that different to the car that’s currently in showrooms across the world, we’ll take a dive into the differences between the pre- and post-facelift models.

2017 Volkswagen Golf:: What's changed? New technology detailed


Visually, the Mark 7.5 facelift is a delight for trainspotters. There are new alloy wheels, revised bumper designs that make the Golf look a little more like the Passat, and new lighting units at the front and rear.

If you love LEDs, you’ll be pleased to know that the facelifted Golf will feature all-LED tail-lights as standard throughout the range. In Europe, top-end models will also sport indicator units that have an animated flashing pattern.

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