Volkswagen says the eighth-generation Golf debut marks the beginning of a “new era of electrified movement, a digitalized interior, autonomous driving and connected services and features.” It is still difficult to say with accuracy what the Germans prepared for the fans of the model, but we know for sure that this car is already undergoing final tests in very conventional camouflage.
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And although the appearance of the eighth generation Golf does not promise anything revolutionary at first glance, brand chief designer Klaus Bischoff without too modesty calls the new hatchback a real eye-catcher. By the way, the prototype in the photo lacks the official logo of the brand for a reason. It is Golf, along with the electric counterpart VW ID.3, who will be the first to try on the new company logo, the change of which has already been announced.