Motoring: Golf GTI might look familiar, but feels thrillingly modern
A digital dashboard and several design and driving-dynamic updates bring Volkswagen’s evergreen hatch roaring into 2020
All things going to plan, the first examples of the new Volkswagen Golf GTI should arrive on Irish shores before the end of this year. It will give time for potential buyers to check it out at their local dealer, with a view to purchasing when the registration plate changes over to the ‘211‘ prefix in January 2021.
As plans for the international media launch of the car were interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, Volkswagen...
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