Explore The New 2017 Volkswagen Golf GTE – Video

NOV 14 2016 BY MARK KANE 4

Here is short review of latest generation of Volkswagen Golf GTE plug-in hybrid that recently debuted in Europe.

2017 Volkswagen Golf GTE

2017 Volkswagen Golf GTE

Golf GTE coverage begins at 13:50

Autogefühl presents both exterior and interior details, including coverage of the lights, wheels, charging inlet, seats and cockpit.

The MkVII generation of Golf (and second generation with a plug-in hybrid version) is for sure entering an even more mature market after selling more than 33 millions of previous generations.

We look forward to experiencing the car on the road to reveal the true improvements.

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US Sales?

It seems doubtful, although it is interesting to note the VW USA is currently promoting the arrival of new Golf GTE. It is one of those on-going ‘will they or won’t they’ things.

…but until then, you’ll have to just stick with sister-car – the Audi A3 e-tron. What happens with the Golf GTE (from a mechanical standpoint), happens with the A3 e-tron (=

Autogefühl makes some of the most boring car reviews I’ve ever seen. I need to put toothpicks under my eyelids (like on Tom and Jerry) to keep them open as I listen to them drone on.

Totally agree David. Maybe its just assumed by Germans, but I’d like some detail as to charging configuration or rates. This overemphasis of the touch screen – my ELR’s ‘gesture controls’ are the worst thing about the car – but here, he couldn’t even get them to move much – just what you need when driving down the road – don’t these designers realize you are trying to drive the car and are responsible for your own collisions? In general I don’t like touch screens since they get too filled up with gooky oil from your fingers and need to be constantly cleaned – and the cleaner your hands are the more oil will come from them. Its subjective of course, but all these ‘warmed-over’ products from VW – I almost want my 1964 Beetle back – and that probably had the worst engine VW ever made until the last few decades – when the engines were worse! In general – whether LED , or Incandescent/Halogen, I couldn’t care less what a car has – the only thing I want is the bulbs be easy to change, which is something almost all manufacturers forgot about. My ELR only has incandescents… Read more »