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Volkswagen presenta la nuova Golf, l'ottava generazione della sua media, ha debuttato ufficialmente oggi.  Basata sull'ultima evoluzione della piattaforma MQB, la nuova Golf 8, può essere declinata con varie forme di alimentazione: convenzionale ed ibrida.

Gli ingombri di massima sono:

  • 4.284 metri di lunghezza
  • 1.789 metri di larghezza
  • 1.456 metri di altezza
  • 2.636 metri di passo

 

Un'altra caratteristica della nuova Golf è il suo CX che è pari a 0.275, un valore molto basso per la categoria. 

Se l'esterno è una evoluzione degli stilemi Volkswagen, all'interno abbiamo una chiara rivoluzione.

Uno schermo da 10.25 " - Volkswagen Digital Cockpit - sostituisce il quadro strumenti, mentre un Touchscreen da 8,25" racchiude l'intera interfaccia telematica. Un sistema multimediale che consente di accedere a più servizi digitali online. I servizi Volkswagen WE sono presenti in gran numero nella nuova Golf. Ad esempio si può stabilire che la propria Golf sia un punto di ritiro per le spedizioni di Amazon o di altri vettori. E se ciò non bastasse, abbiamo una lunga lista di sistemi di assistenza alla guida con, tra le altre cose, il cruise control adattivo e l'assistente di svolta.

 

Parola d'ordine ibridazione.

Saranno disponibili motori a benzina, diesel e gas naturale compresso (CNG), oltre - ovviamente - alle varianti ibride.

Si parte con il 3 cilindri 1.0 Turbo in due step di potenza: 90 e 110 CV per arrivare ai 4 cilindri da 1.5 litri da 130 CV e 150 CV.

Sul campo diesel ci sono due 4 cilindri da 2.0 litri da 115 e 150 CV.

 

Passiamo poi agli ibridi leggeri o Mild-Hybrid: volkswagen li chiama eTSI.

Motori a benzina con tecnologia semi-ibrida a 48 volt (MHEV) che riducono significativamente il consumo di carburante e le emissioni. Sono disponibili questi livelli di potenza: 110, 130 e 150 CV. E, ultimo ma non meno importante, ci sono due versioni ibride plug-in chiamate eHybrid . Uno più efficiente che sviluppa 204 CV e un altro più potente con un massimo di 245 CV. Entrambi utilizzano una batteria agli ioni di litio da 13 kWh.

 

Benzina

1.0 TSI 90 cv 6m

1.0 TSI 110 cv 6m

1.5 TSI 130 cv 6m

1.5 TSI 150 cv 6m

 

Benzina mild hybrid 48V (MHEV)

1.0 eTSI 110 cv DSG7

1.5 eTSI 130 cv DSG7

1.5 eTSI 150 cv DSG7

 

Benzina hybrid plug in (PHEV)

1.4 eHybrid 204 cv DSG6

1.4 eHybrid 245 cv DSG6

 

Diesel

2.0 TDI 115 cv 6m

2.0 TDI 150 cv 6m

2.0 TDI 150 cv 6 m 4motion

 

La gamma Volkswagen Golf 2020 sarà composta da un totale di quattro livelli di allestimento: Golf, Life, Style e R-Line. 
Durante tutto il 2020 verranno introdotte le altre versioni e varianti di questo modello. In particolare, essi sono: Golf GTI , GTI TCR, Golf GTD, Golf GTE e Golf R .

 

Video della presentazione ⤵️

 

 

 

Video commerciale ⤵️
 

 

 

Allestimento Golf, Life e Style 

 

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Allestimento R-Line

 

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Allestimento GTE

 

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The new Golf – intelligent, connected and electrified

Unmistakably a Golf – the most progressive of all time

Eighth generation. At the end of 2019 the new development and design of the Golf will revolutionise the compact vehicle category with an innovative boost
Exterior design. Perfect proportions and striking lines lend the new Golf a strong presence and dynamic
Interior design. Digital user interfaces create a revolutionary design and make life on board easier
LED lighting concept. The new Golf applies cutting-edge LED technology as standard to turn night into day
Benchmark in the segment. Pushing boundaries in terms of design and interaction with drivers

Thanks to intelligent digitalisation – fast and intuitive operation
Humans at the core. Displays and controls have been consistently digitalised so their functions are self-explanatory
Innovision Cockpit. The Golf is the first model within its price bracket with a completely digital, high-end cockpit as standard
New voice control. Innovative voice control responds to natural

voice commands and is very easy to operate
Mobile key. In future, compatible smartphones will make

traditional vehicle keys unnecessary in the Golf
The Golf is always on. We Connect and We Connect Plus bring

streaming, Internet Radio and other online features on board
Features on demand. We Upgrade will also make it possible to

retrospectively activate functions and systems in the Golf
Ask Alexa. Alexa is directly integrated in the Golf. Ask Alexa to play

music, control compatible smart home devices, check news and weather, and more.

Widest range of drive options in the category – five new hybrid versions
• Sustainable. More efficiency, lower emissions – new drive technologies cut consumption by up to 17 percent

Hybrid campaign. The new Golf will be the first Volkswagen to launch with five hybrid versions (eTSI and eHybrid)
eTSI. The Golf is the only vehicle in its category to offer three highly efficient 48V mild hybrid drives, generating 81 kW, 96 kW and 110 kW
eHybrid. As a plug-in hybrid the new Golf will launch with two outputs: 150 kW and as the GTE generating 180 kW

Car2X as standard – Golf sets benchmarks in terms of safety

Car2X. The Golf is the first Volkswagen featuring Car2X

communication as standard to consequently set new road safety

standards
Windscreen head-up display. Important information, such as

speed or navigation notifications are within the driver’s field of

vision
IQ.DRIVE. Travel Assist supports drivers with intelligent, active

steering, accelerating and braking up to 210 km/h
IQ.LIGHT – LED matrix headlights. Interactive light technology

significantly improves safety at night in the new Golf

Smart Home – everyone will feel at home in the new Golf

Personalization 2.0. The Golf saves driver settings and can access

them in the cloud after each driver or vehicle change
3-zone air conditioning system. Smart Climate intuitively uses air

conditioning functions, such as “warm hands” or “fresh air”
Harman Kardon Sound. New premium audio system by US audio

specialist guarantees perfect sound in the Golf

Volkswagen re-defines the Golf category

Wolfsburg, October 2019. It is the most successful Volkswagen of all time: the Golf, which has sold more than 35 million units. A phenomenon. The newly developed, eighth generation of the best-seller is now launching: digitalised, networked, predictive, intuitively operated and innovatively electrified. Never before has a Golf been so progressive. With no less than five hybrid versions, it is electrifying the compact class. Its digital interior architecture opens up a new dimension of intuitive operation, assisted 

driving is possible up to 210 km/h and it is the first Volkswagen to use traffic’s collective intelligence with Car2X to predictively warn of hazards. Volkswagen is celebrating the world premiere where the Golf was devised and where it has been developed and built for the last 45 years: at Autostadt Wolfsburg. The new Golf will be launched on the market in December.

Golf reflects most recent modular transverse matrix (MQB) version

The innovations of the Golf influence all MQB product lines
Volkswagen produces over 3.4 million MQB models each year

Powering progress. The most recent version of the MQB is making its debut with the eighth generation of the Golf. For this reason the Golf is – and has always been – far more than just a product line. Volkswagen’s worldwide success and the rise of Volkswagen AG to become number one amongst all automotive manufacturers are directly linked to the Golf. This is based on the fact that it was the brand’s first MQB model in 2012, and worldwide best-sellers are developed on the basis of this extremely variable technical matrix, including Volkswagen models that have sold millions of units, such as the Passat, the US American Jetta or the successful Lavida and Sagitar models in China. These are supplemented by popular SUVs such as the Tiguan, T-Roc or the US model Atlas, which have an MQB heritage that goes right back to the Golf. If you add up Volkswagen models’ 2018 production figures based on MQB alone, this results in more than 3.4 million vehicles. As many as around 5.1 million MQB models were produced in 2018 across the group and including all brands. All these models will benefit from the most recent innovations in the eighth Golf generation as the start and guide model for MQB over the next decade.

Dynamic evolution of the exterior

Power, precision and LED technology dominate the new Golf’s exterior
The drag coefficient (Cd) has been lowered to 0.275

Charismatic exterior. Since the debut of the first Golf 45 years ago, this Volkswagen has always been a vehicle that merged high levels of everyday suitability with a clear-cut, accurate design. The new Golf continues this approach. A prime example of perfect aesthetics and function: the outline. The dominant design element in this context is the C-pillar, characteristic for the Golf. It makes the body dynamic towards the front, concentrates it towards the rear and transfers the iconic shape of the original Golf into the present. The ideal ratio of greenhouse (roof section plus glass panels) and body (lower section from the window line) also lends the new Golf a strong presence while the deep-drawn roof line adds an authentic, sporty character. Just as striking: powerful shoulder sections and a very strong rear section, the charismatic front section with intentionally narrow radiator grille and an all-round undercut as a sharp line at the height of the door handles. LED technology replaces any conventional lighting technology in all versions – in this process, the new lighting design becomes a dominant and unmistakeable style element of the eighth Golf generation.

Dimensions and aerodynamics. Even though the new Golf does not seem as high, appearing more stretched and dynamic, its compact dimensions have been maintained: 4,284 mm long, 1,789 mm wide and 1,456 mm high. The wheelbase totals 2,636 mm. A glance at aerodynamic values simultaneously shows that each part of the body has been reshaped and refined in the wind tunnel: the end face has been lowered to 2.21 m2 and the drag coefficient (Cd value) has been cut to 0.275.

Digital revolution in the interior

The digital Cockpit changes the way we drive
Digitalisation enables intuitive operation

Self-explanatory, digital world. The new instruments and online Infotainment systems merge at the same level to form a digital cockpit. Individual areas featuring touch buttons and touch sliders perfectly round off this digital world of the Golf. A windshield head-up display is optionally available to further enhance the range of available information. Consistent digitalisation makes it possible to implement largely self-explanatory and intuitive operation thanks to touch surfaces and natural voice control. Volkswagen is pulling out all the stops and using digital controls and displays to elevate the interior to a new level of interaction between human and machine. The systems have not only been linked to each other, but thanks to an online connectivity unit (OCU), they have also been connected to the world outside the Golf. The standard OCU featuring integrated eSIM links to We Connect and We Connect Plus online functions and services. Just a quick example in this context: thanks to the online connection, navigation becomes interactive, as in future, automatically displayed points of interest along the route will be stored with information – for instance the telephone number to book a table in a restaurant via the smartphone and Bluetooth interface. The digitalised display environment can also be comprehensively customised to thus adapt to each driver’s individual taste. The fact is that the Golf’s linked digital Cockpit will change the way we drive cars. The technological leap at this point is comparable to the debut of the first ever, touch-based smartphones. The new Golf becomes a game changer in this context.

Assisted driving and collective intelligence to boost safety

New Golf offers assisted driving up to 210 km/h
Car2X communication warns of local hazards at an early stage

Linked technologies. The eighth Golf is setting a new benchmark in the compact class in terms of assisted driving functions: Travel Assist, a feature that has been installed in a compact-class model for the very first time in the world, makes assisted driving possible on motorways up to speeds of 210 km/h without having to actively steer, accelerate and brake. This consequently improves convenience and safety, particularly on long journeys. The new Golf is also the first Volkswagen to link up with its environment as standard: Car2X functionality applies the information provided by other vehicles within a radius of up to 800 metres in addition to signals from the traffic infrastructure to warn drivers and also forward these warnings to other Car2X models. As a result, collective intelligence becomes a reality. It’s the dawn of a new phase of road safety considering Volkswagen, as a manufacturer of high-volume models such as the Golf, will turn Car2X warnings into the standard within only a very short time. The new IQ.LIGHT LED matrix headlights will also provide added safety with their partly interactive light functions.

Eight new drive versions with up to 17 percent lower consumption

Hybrid campaign launched with the debut of the new Golf
Pioneering, efficient TSI and TDI high-tech engines

TSI, TDI, TGI, eTSI, eHybrid. The drive range of the new Golf features petrol (TSI), diesel (TDI), natural gas (TGI), mild hybrid (eTSI) and plug-in hybrid drives (eHybrid). All petrol and diesel engines are turbocharged direct injection units. Following the launch of all engines, their output stages will range between 66 kW/90 PS and over 221 kW/300 PS. For the first time, eight drive versions will be available for the Golf. Two three-cylinder petrol engines generating 66 kW/90 PS and 81 kW/110 PS as well as two four- cylinder diesel engines with 85 kW/115 PS and 110 kW/150 PS will premiere in the new range. The new TSI variants have particularly low consumption values and emissions thanks to elements including the innovative TSI Miller 

combustion process. A new TDI feature: in these engines, Volkswagen applies twin dosing – dual AdBlue injection – to significantly cut nitrogen oxide emissions (NOx). Consumption of the new TDI: up to 17 percent lower than that of its predecessor. Also new: four of the five hybrid drives of the eighth Golf generation.

Three eTSI and two eHybrid variants. The new Golf will be the first Volkswagen that will be available with no less than five hybrid drives. In this process, 48-V technology is celebrating its debut at Volkswagen: a 48-V belt starter generator, 48-V lithium ion battery and the most recent generation of efficient TSI engines form a new mild hybrid drive in the eTSI. Tangible benefits: consumption has been cut by around 10 percent (on WLTP basis) and the vehicle is very agile and comfortable when moving off. Volkswagen will offer the Golf in three eTSI output stages: 81 kW/110 PS, 96 kW/130 PS and 110 kW/150 PS. The eighth generation of the best-seller will also be available as two plug-in hybrid drive variants. A new efficient version of this eHybrid generates 150 kW/204 PS while the GTE version with a very sporty setup (evolved from its predecessor) delivers 180 kW/245 PS. Both Golf versions with eHybrid drive will launch with a new 13-kWh lithium-ion battery on board that enables long, electrically powered ranges and temporarily turns the Golf into a zero-emission vehicle.

Four new specification packages guarantee maximum individuality

Golf, Life, Style replace Trendline, Comfortline, Highline
New R-Line equipment replaces the predecessor’s R-Line packages

Re-configured specification packages. Volkswagen has completely reconfigured the specification package range of the Golf, which is now only available as a five-door vehicle. The previously available specification packages Trendline, Comfortline and Highline are in the past. In future, these will be replaced by Golf, Life and Style specification packages as well as a sporty R-Line version. All new lines feature significantly more comprehensive equipment than their equivalent predecessors. The basic specification package already includes features such as: LED headlights and LED tail light clusters, Keyless Start, Innovision Cockpit, We Connect and We Connect Plus mobile online services and functions, a multifunction steering wheel, automatic air conditioner, Lane Assist lane keeping system, a new turn-off assist version, Front Assist area monitoring system with predictive pedestrian protection system and Car2X. Over the course of the next year, the independent Golf GTI, GTI TCR, Golf GTD, Golf GTE and Golf R models will follow. 

New specification packages:
basic version will already include networking features

Golf. Anything but basic. The specification package range starts with Golf. This variant already includes the following features as standard: LED headlights and LED tail light clusters, Keyless Start, digital instruments and an 8.25-inch Infotainment system, We Connect and We Connect Plus mobile online services and functions, a multifunction steering wheel, Climatronic (automatic air conditioning), Lane Assist lane-keeping system, a new turn- off assist, Front Assist (area monitoring system), predictive pedestrian protection system and Car2X (local communication with other vehicles and the traffic infrastructure).

Life. Connected and with plenty of colour. In addition to the Golf equipment scope, the Life individualisation stage features elements including 16-inch alloy wheels, exterior background lighting including logo projection onto the ground, an interface to charge smartphones via contactless high-voltage battery charging, Wireless App-Connect (wireless mobile phone integration), interior background lighting in 10 colours, centre armrest at the front, ParkPilot parking aid and the automatically activated motorway function as well as City Light.

Style. Exclusive and assisted driving. The new top specification package, Style, additionally includes the following standard equipment details that deviate from the Golf and Life features: 17-inch alloy wheels, additional exterior chrome scopes (including trapezoidal tailpipes and lateral window parapet), sports seats at the front with centre seat panels in ArtVelours (driver side as ErgoActive electrically adjustable seat), leather steering wheel and leather gear knob, exterior mirror adjustment with memory function, interior background lighting in 32 colours, LED headlights with cornering light, poor weather light, LED tail light clusters with dynamic turn signal, Air 

Care Climatronic with 3-zone temperature control, Travel Assist and Lane Assist lane keeping system.

R-Line. Thoroughbred dynamism. The new R-Line version is the sportiest specification package for the new Golf. Different R-Line packages had been available for the predecessor. These will be replaced in the eighth Golf generation by a new R-Line equipment concept. As with Style, the Golf and Life specification package scopes already form part of this package's basic configuration. The R-Line version is additionally characterised by the following features: 17-inch Sebring alloy wheels, R-Line-specific bumpers, high-gloss black sill trims, rear diffuser, premium sport seats with fabric/microfibre R seat covers featuring integrated head restraints, interior background lighting with 32 colours, sports running gear, progressive steering, driving mode selection, black headliner, aluminium gear knob, multifunction steering wheel with perforated leather, R-Line-specific trims and contrasting topstitching as well as brushed stainless steel pedals and foot rest.

GTE: performance model with eHybrid drive. As part of the eighth Golf generation’s world premiere Volkswagen is already giving an outlook on the Golf GTE, premiering in 2020 – equipped with an eHybrid drive generating 180 kW/245 PS. This model has been geared towards performance and features an exterior background light (elements including illuminated fins in the radiator grille), GTE-specific bumpers, special 17-inch alloy wheels, red brake calipers, an individual diffuser at the rear paired with a dedicated GTE roof spoiler as well as wider side sill panels to distinguish this model from other in the series. Sports running gear, GTE lettering and LED performance headlights as well as independent LED tail light clusters complete its exterior equipment. In the interior, the vehicle’s exclusive standard equipment features elements including sports seats with integrated head restraints, a pulsating starter button for the eHybrid drive and GTE-specific fabric, applications and details (including touch multifunction sports 

steering wheel, GTE gear knob, stainless steel pedals). Also as standard is a specific GTE setting for the background light featuring 30 colours.

Technologies can be retrofitted. Regardless of the specification package: as a new feature, technologies on board the new Golf will, for the first time, not only be capable of updates, but in many cases also capable of upgrades, i.e. they can be enabled retrospectively (We Upgrade). Consequently, elements including ACC Adaptive Cruise Control, Light Assist main-beam control, the navigation system, App-Connect (integrating smartphone apps), Wireless App-Connect (wirelessly integrating iPhone apps), a Wi-Fi hotspot and online-based voice control can in future also be activated retrospectively.

Digitalised workplace:
new spaces – functionally and aesthetically connected

Digital cockpit as standard. The new Golf is a vehicle that has been more closely connected to the driver than ever before. The basis for this are standard digital instruments (Digital Cockpit) with a 10.25-inch display, an Infotainment system (8.25-inch touchscreen featuring online connection) and a multifunction steering wheel. Merging the Digital Cockpit and Infotainment system creates a new, consistently digital architecture. The driver’s digital workplace can be further enhanced by two optional 10-inch Infotainment systems. In conjunction with the large Discover Pro navigation system, this creates the Innovision Cockpit. A windscreen head-up display is also available. The head-up display is directly projected onto the windscreen and thus virtually floats in front of the driver. Light and vision functions have also been redesigned, bundled and made more intuitive to operate: the light as well as the windscreen and rear window heating are now operated using a digital panel to the left of the instruments. The centre console is also characterised by perfect ergonomics: this area is now tidier than ever, particularly in conjunction with the now significantly smaller shift-by-wire gear knob for the dual clutch gearbox (DSG). This image continues to stretch across the new roof console where operation has also been digitalised – including a touch slider for the optional tilting and sliding panoramic sunroof. An optional 400-watt Harman Kardon sound system guarantees perfect on-board sound.

Networked Infotainment and entertainment. All Infotainment systems in the Golf are linked to an online connectivity unit (OCU) featuring an eSIM. OCU and eSIM grant access to a permanently growing range of online-based functions and services that are provided using the brand’s own Volkswagen We ecosystem. In this context, the We Connect (unlimited in terms of its usage period) and We Connect Plus (prepared for free use in Europe for one or three years) can be used in the new Golf as standard. The optional We 

Connect Fleet (digital fleet management) service has been developed for companies.

We Connect features the following functions:

• Mobile key (depends on equipment/unlocking, locking and starting the Golf using compatible smartphones), breakdown calls, vehicle status, Doors & Lights, Automatic Accident Notification, Vehicle Health Report, Driving Data, Parking Position, Service Scheduling.

Depending on the equipment, We Connect Plus features the following functions additionally to the We Connect scope:

• Area Alert, Speed Alert, Horn & Turn Signals, Online Anti-Theft Alarm, Online Auxiliary Heater, Remote Ventilation Control, Lock & Unlock, Departure Times (for plug-in hybrid drive), Air Conditioning (for plug-in hybrid drive), Charging (for plug-in hybrid drive), Online Traffic Information plus hazard information, Online Route Calculation, filling stations and charging stations, Online Map Updates, Parking Spaces, Online POI Search, Online Voice Control, We Deliver (makes it possible to receive deliveries and services in the Golf), Internet Radio, Media Streaming, Wi-Fi hotspot.

We Connect Fleet features the following functions:

• Digital Logbook, Fuel Logbook, Fleet Driving Efficiency, GPS location and route history, Consumption Analyser, Maintenance Management.

Mobile key. In future, the smartphone will be the vehicle key. We Connect is once again the interface for this. Compatible Samsung smartphones are set up for this purpose using the We Connect app, then authorised once as the primary user via the Infotainment system and a one-time passcode. No mobile network connection is required to use the smartphone as a mobile key. It is sufficient to place the smartphone near the door handle in the same way as the keyless locking and starting system Keyless Access opens the 

vehicle. Place the smartphone in the centre console (in the storage compartment with interface for mobile telephone) to start the engine. Furthermore, it will also be possible to send the mobile key to friends or family so that they can also use their smartphone as a key.

Personalisation. The customised settings are directly saved in the Golf or can optionally also be saved in the cloud, meaning they are once again available even after having changed driver or vehicle. Depending on the equipment, this includes the Innovision Cockpit setup, the seating position, exterior mirrors and air conditioning system, background lighting and the coming/leaving home light.

New drive systems:
hybrid drive with 48-V technology or plug-in system

Electrified efficiency. The drive programme of the new Golf features petrol, diesel, natural gas (CNG), mild hybrid and plug-in hybrid drives. All petrol and diesel engines are turbocharged direct injection units. Following the launch of all engines, their output stages will range between 66 kW/90 PS and over 221 kW/300 PS. For the first time, eight drive versions will be available for the Golf. A new, efficient 6-speed manual gearbox has also been developed for front-wheel drive models which further cuts CO2 emissions.

Petrol engine (TSI). TSI engines will be available in four output stages during the first launch phase. They generate 66 kW/90 PS, 81 kW/110 PS, 96 kW/130 PS and 110 kW/150 PS. The versions generating 90 PS and 110 PS are 1.0-litre three-cylinder engines that are used in the Golf for the first time. The TSI engines with 130 PS and 150 PS are 1.5-litre engines with a special feature: temporary Active Cylinder Management (ACT). All engines with an output up to 130 PS feature the efficient TSI Miller combustion process and a turbocharger with variable turbocharger geometry (VTG). TSI engines have been paired with a manual gearbox as standard. From an output of 110 PS, they will also be configurable as a mild hybrid drive (eTSI) with 48-V system and dual clutch gearbox. Three 2.0-litre TSI engines for the Golf GTI, Golf GTI TCR and Golf R as well as a 1.5-litre TGI suitable for operation with natural gas (CNG) and petrol will be launched at a later point.

Diesel (TDI). Volkswagen has developed the two diesel direct-injection engines for the eighth Golf generation from scratch. The 2.0-litre TDI engines generate 85 kW/115 PS and 110 kW/150 PS. Both TDI engines will be available to order with a manual gearbox as well as DSG, and the 150 PS version will optionally also offer 4MOTION all-wheel drive. The engines’ efficiency has been significantly optimised, thus cutting CO2 emissions while 

simultaneously improving responsiveness. A new twin dosing SCR system featuring dual AdBlue injection additionally cuts nitrogen oxide emissions by up to 80 percent in comparison to the predecessor. Consequently, the new TDI engines are amongst the world’s cleanest combustion engines. A Performance TDI will also follow in the Golf GTD.

Mild hybrid (eTSI). The three eTSI mild hybrid drives of the Golf are world premieres. A 48-V belt starter generator, a 48-V lithium-ion battery and the latest generation of pioneering, efficient TSI engines make for perfect performance and significantly cut fuel consumption. The mild hybrid drives are exclusively available with a 7-speed DSG and generate 81 kW/110 PS, 96 kW/130 PS as well as 110 kW/150 PS. eTSI models feature a powerful brake energy recuperation function. The 48-V system also makes it possible to coast while the combustion engine has been completely switched off to save even more fuel. Restarting the engine is significantly more convenient thanks to the 48-V system. eTSI models additionally offer extraordinarily good moving-off performance thanks to electric boosts.

Plug-in hybrid (eHybrid). The eHybrid range will be split into a version geared towards maximum range, generating 150 kW/204 PS, and a GTE version designed towards performance, generating 180 kW/245 PS (system output in each case). The plug-in hybrid drive consists of elements including a 1.4-litre TSI engine, the electric drive motor and 6-speed DSG as well as a lithium-ion battery. The new battery is characterised by 50 percent more energy capacity (13 kWh) and thus an improved electric range, meaning that almost all daily journeys within an urban environment can consequently be covered without generating any local emissions.

New assist and light systems:
Car2X, Travel Assist and IQ.Light in a Golf for the first time

Car2X guarantees more safety. Car2X communication means the Golf is the first Volkswagen to exchange information relevant to the traffic situation with other vehicles and the traffic infrastructure in the vicinity within a radius of up to 800 metres. This information is exchanged within milliseconds. Thanks to the application of a harmonised Car2X standard (Wi- Fi p/ITS G5) within the European Union (EU) that is valid for all manufacturers, it is possible to transfer information between vehicles of all brands as well as the infrastructure within all EU member states. In this process, this “common language” is a crucial requirement to cut the number of road traffic accidents throughout all countries. Thanks to Car2X, drivers are notified and warned of local, hazardous areas. The following scenarios are registered: accidents, broken down vehicles, tail ends of traffic jams, roadworks, emergency braking and emergency service vehicles.

Travel Assist. The new Travel Assist feature in the Golf enables assisted driving up to 210 km/h. In this process, the system relies on systems including automatic ACC (longitudinal guidance) and Lane Assist lane keeping system (latitudinal guidance). Travel Assist is activated using the multifunction steering wheel. For legal and safety-relevant reasons drivers must permanently monitor the system – for this purpose, they must have at least one hand on the steering wheel. Thanks to new capacitive sensor technology in the steering wheel, it is sufficient if drivers merely touch it. However, if they let go of the steering wheel for more than 15 seconds, visual and audible warning signals and a braking jolt are issued and implemented. The driver must react by this point at the latest and touch the steering wheel, otherwise Emergency Assist is activated and the Golf is brought to a stop.

ACC with predictive speed detection. The latest generation of Adaptive Cruise Control in the Golf is predictive. In this process, the system calculates the position of the Golf based on route and GPS data from the navigation system to lower its speed before reaching bends, roundabouts, junctions, speed limits and built-up areas. At the same time, ACC accesses the Dynamic Road Sign Display via the front camera and adjusts the speed as soon as a limit has been detected. The highest ACC development stage will also feature Traffic Jam Assist.

Front Assist. Front Assist offers new functional scopes. The area monitoring system operating on the basis of a radar sensor and in conjunction with the front camera warns and brakes in emergency situations in the event of an insufficient distance to the vehicle ahead – using the City Emergency Braking System and Pedestrian Monitoring, even at very low speeds in built- up areas. This range of functions is now enhanced by Cyclist Monitoring, swerve support and – for the first time in a Volkswagen – oncoming vehicle braking when turning function.

Oncoming vehicle braking when turning. When the vehicle turns left, the Golf featuring oncoming vehicle braking when turning automatically brakes the vehicle to a stop (while simultaneously emitting an audible and visual warning), providing there is an oncoming vehicle approaching on the lane the vehicle is intending to cross. Depending on the speed at which both vehicles are travelling, turn-off assist can prevent an accident or mitigate the consequences within system limits.

DCC adaptive chassis control. DCC is not a traditional assist systems, yet it still influences vehicle handling. Adaptive chassis control permanently reacts to the road surface and driving situation and takes into account elements including steering, braking and acceleration manoeuvres in this process. Drivers can set DCC modes to reduce body movements and adapt them to their liking. In this process, the required damping is calculated for each wheel before it is adjusted at the four shock absorbers within a fraction of a second. Consequently, DCC always provides the highest level of driving 

comfort and ideal driving dynamics. Thanks to the evolved DCC in the new Golf, INDIVIDUAL mode represents an enhancement of settings available in the previous range of fixed COMFORT, ECO and SPORT modes. In this process, drivers can very accurately adjust their very own DCC mode using a slider and save the setting. As a result, intermediate stages of familiar modes are also possible now.

IQ.LIGHT – LED matrix headlights. Volkswagen will offer the new Golf with three different LED headlight versions. For the very first time, the top-of- the-range version will feature particularly powerful IQ.LIGHT – LED matrix headlights in the compact vehicle category. A similar version of the system had been introduced for the first time in the current Touareg before it was transferred to the new Passat. The driver switches on the system using Dynamic Light Assist. Using 22 LEDs per each headlight matrix module, it activates up to ten different, partly interactive light functions and projects them onto the road surface, depending on the Golf model. The sliding turn indicator function of the IQ.LIGHT LED matrix headlights represents a further feature that has been integrated into the Golf for the very first time. The sliding turn indicator function has a positive effect on active safety as a result of its striking looks.

 

Via Volkswagen

 

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oddio.....nulla di speciale, ma neanche male come si prospettava. E' una Golf.

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credo che la continuità sia il vero punto di forza della Golf, pertanto, operazione perfettamente riuscita.

Macchina che non nasce per stupire, ma che continua nella sua evoluzione da decenni.

Credo che la vera rivoluzione sarà dentro, ci si prepara ad un salto di qualità tecnologico netto rispetto al passato.

Lì le differenze saranno sostanziali, com'è giusto che sia secondo il mio PDV.

Attendiamo domani, al momento, assolutamente promossa!

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Voglio vederla bene dal vivo perchè anche da questa foto per me è un no.

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Che sia una Golf va bene ma sinceramente ho dei dubbi sui dettagli. Quella palpebra, così come quel faro scontornato in basso... la 7 era più pulita.

 

Da vedere dal vivo, sono molto curioso per gli interni

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Quelle alette al paraurti fanno l'effetto di una tapparella, vedremo dal vivo.

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