It’s been almost a decade since the last Golf Cabriolet was launched by the German Brand. But now the Golf Cabriolet lovers do not have to wait long. Volkswagen is re-introducing its three doors Golf Cabriolet after a good nine year absence. The Golf cabriolet was then considered just one of those semi-iconic cars in the era of new Beetle and EOS. But it’s coming back with a bang.
This year there is a horde of coupes and concept cars joining the queue to make their debut at the GTI Meet at Wörthersee and VW Golf R is one of them making a comeback. Aficionados and lovers of exotic cars will adorn this trace of style icon, the Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet, the concept car out with 270 PS of power. Campaigners have already reached to the UK dealerships while a delivery to the buyers is expected to commence from mid September.
The revitalized Golf Cabriolet comes with three engine options in the form of the 1.2-litre TSI 105PS petrol, the 1.4-litre TSI 160PS petrol and the 1.6-litre TDI 105PS turbodiesel. It also comprises of a seven speed automatic DSG twin-clutch transmission for the 1.4-litre, 160PS model. The TDI diesel versions bring the VW’s BlueMotion Technology which signifies of being the most fuel prudent. Although it is a two door convertible you’ll find plenty of back space and legroom for two adults.
As soon as you’ll clap your eyes on the new model, I bet you would not be able to resist yourself from having one. There’s just amazing reassurance about this car park full of solid-looking cars with resale integrity and consistency sparkling over them like the haze over a can of petrol.