Randburg-based tuner RGMotorsport claims that its project car is the fastest street-legal Volkswagen Golf 7 R in South Africa, with the hot hatch recently having… Read more →
The Volkswagen Golf has long been a favourite among tuners the world over. And HGP-Turbo from Germany has created many a Golf-based monster over the… Read more →
Volkswagen has handed its seventh-generation Golf a bit of a facelift, comprising exterior styling tweaks, an updated (and now optionally tech-filled) cabin and the first of… Read more →
Changes to the GTI range include the increase of power in the standard model to 169 kW, with the Performance Pack now boasting 180 kW.
After plenty of rumours and even a handful of blurry (apparently) leaked images, Volkswagen has confirmed that it will indeed reveal the facelifted Golf in… Read more →
Do these somewhat blurry images depict the facelifted Volkswagen Golf 7? Well, if the accompanying report from AutoBlog.nl is accurate, they do indeed. The Dutch… Read more →
Although the current Golf 7 production car might already have been on the market for around 3 years, Volkswagen Motorsport has now released the first… Read more →
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The seventh-generation Volkswagen Golf has just been named as World Car of the Year. This is the second year in a row that Volkswagen has won this award. Last year it was awarded to the company’s innovative Up! supermini.
The tagline for the launch of Volkswagen’s new Golf commercial is “If you could”. The ad, shown to South African media in Port Elizabeth, poses such questions to the viewer as “if you could kiss only one person for the rest of your life, who would it be?” and “if you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?” – all with various answers from random members of the public. Of course, the final question is answered for the viewer when a seventh generation Golf rolls into view out of a cloud of smoke. Volkswagen would like you to think that you don’t need another car, but is Golf 7 really that good?