The new seventh generation Volkswagen Golf is out with most body variants, except the Golf Plus and Golf Cabrio.
The new Golf Plus has now been caught testing for the first time on public roads. The prototype has plenty of camouflage, but there won’t be any big surprises.
The front will look very similar to the standard model and according to different reports it will use an extended Golf VII platform, making it about 5 cm longer than the outgoing model. The wheelbase is also expected to grow by 6cm, offering more leg room for rear seat passengers.
Engine range will most likely carryover from the standard model, meaning there will be two petrol units and two diesel units with power ranging from 104bhp to 148bhp. A CNG variant is also reportedly planned.
New Golf Plus will hit the market next spring with prices expected to start from £18k.