After the incognito appearance of the Golf GTI at the recent CES exhibition in Las Vegas, the German firm has released a series of sketches of the “simple” Golf, announcing its full reveal which is expected at the end of the month.
Although these are sketches, it is clear that the facelifted Golf features a redesigned bumper and light fixtures front and rear as well as a new revised grille which is combined with new air intakes.
The biggest changes, however, are expected inside where the Golf will receive a new infotainment with a 10.0 inch or 13.0 inch screen which will be based on an improved software, reserve new functionalities and promise improved usability.
Among the new elements will be the integration of the intelligent chatbot of artificial intelligence, ChatGPT which will work in addition to the already existing digital assistant of VW, giving extra naturalness to the interaction between the driver and the infotainment.
Lower on the center console, the touch controls for the air conditioning and volume have received illumination that promises to make them easier to operate.
The 10.0-inch digital instrument panel has gained new customization options that make it more flexible to display data and information according to the driver’s preferences.
The rest of the details and improvements will be announced on January 25, when the official premiere of the renewed Golf is expected.