Germany’s Autobild reports the updates of the 7th generation Volkswagen Golf may arrive by March 2016.
The VW Golf made its debut in the US in 2014. The seventh-generation Volkswagen Golf may still seem fresh as a 2015 model, but the visitors at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show might get a first look at the updated version.
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The venerable hatchback might be getting a refreshed look for 2016. The Autobild in Germany claims so is this case.
According to Autobild, Volkswagen plans to unveil the updates on Golf sometime in March 2016. The international automotive event in Switzerland is probably the best place for the reveal of the Golf.
Autobild claims Volkswagen has a number of updates lined up to keep the Golf on the cutting edge. The improvements include the standard LED headlights across the range. The headlights are probably the Golf exterior's biggest improvement. Similarly the interior of the Golf has been equipped with the latest VW infotainment system.
The most innovative quality of the VW infotainment system is the gesture control. Even a new digital instrument cluster will be optional for some trims in Golf.
Although the cluster could also be added as a standard on higher models in the line-up e.g. the GTI. The Golf may also be equipped with a head-up display, and a semi-autonomous system as part of the update.
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The semi-autonomous system will help drivers to make stop-and-go traffic easier. The system will take over below about 37 miles per hour. For styling the only updated part of the Golf may be the bumper.