Volkswagen of America, Inc., today announced pricing of the all-new 2015 Golf.
The most successful European car of all time turns 40 this year. More than 30 million Golf models have been sold since the car went on sale in May 1974 in Europe and in December of that year in the U.S (as the Rabbit).
Volkswagen of America, Inc. announced today that the all-new, seventh generation of the brand's iconic Golf GTI was honored by the WardsAuto editors as part of its annual 'Ward's 10 Best Interior' list for 2014.
Production of the new Volkswagen Golf commenced today at the Volkswagen plant in Puebla, Mexico. The facility is to build further models from the Golf family for the North America region going forward.
The e-Golf is Volkswagen's first fully electric vehicle for the U.S., due to go on sale in select states in the fourth quarter of 2014.
The North American International Auto Show will see the U.S. debut of the latest Golf R, the most powerful version of the Golf ever to be sold in this market.