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2009 Volkswagen Golf GTI MkVI revealed

Volkswagen has taken the wraps off its latest GTI, the Mark VI. And looking at the photos, it's an impressive piece of kit. Due to be revealed to the public at the Paris Motor Show in a few weeks, the new GTI continues on the nameplate's heritage, while further advancing in the fields of power, safety and style...

Spied: 2009 Volkswagen Golf GTI

We've all seen pictures of the new sixth generation Volkswagen Golf, but literally just hours ago our European spy photographers captured the first pictures of what appears to be the next GTI. The new Golf GTI is based on Volkswagen’s all new Golf/Rabbit lineup. Initially we were stumped as to whether this was an R32, R36 or GTI...

2009 Volkswagen Golf MkVI specifications

Following the images leaked a few days ago, Volkswagen has just official unveiled the all new Golf. A model which to Volkswagen goes to its very core. So far more than 26 million Golfs have been sold worldwide and with the new Golf only months away, sales are only set to increase...

2009 Volkswagen Golf MkVI leaked

The next-generation Volkswagen Golf wasn't due to be unveiled until August 6th, however official images have already been leaked onto the web.   The sixth generation VW Golf is astoundingly similar to a rendering published by CarAdvice earlier this year - right down to the wheel design! Already a leader in what is perhaps the most competitive market segment, the next-generation Golf sports a conservative Porsche-like evolutionary approach to its mid-life refresh...

2008 Volkswagen Golf GT Sport TSI vs TDI review

2008 Volkswagen Golf GT Sport TSI vs TDI review Models Tested: 2008 Volkswagen Golf GT Sport TSI DSG - $37,290 (RRP) 2008 Volkswagen Golf GT Sport TDI DSG - $39,790 (RRP) Options: Metallic Paint (on grey TDI) $690; Leather seats (on red TSI) $2990 Two outstanding drivetrains, brilliant chassis, room, practicality, ride/handling balance TSI not quite as good with DSG, which one to pick? CarAdvice Rating: (Petrol & Diesel) - by Karl Peskett Photography by Anthony Crawford and Karl Peskett So this is where it gets really interesting...

2008 Volkswagen Golf CGI

The Volkswagen Golf is arguably the worlds most prolific and versatile hatchback, encompassing variants such as the world's first twin-charged 1.4 TSI, the renowned GTi hot-hatch, and the potent all-paw R32. This particular rendering has been created over an actual spy photo of the 2008 VW Golf, ensuring proportions, lines and placement are highly accurate...

New Engines for VW Golf GT Sport and Passat

Volkswagen's highly successful Golf GT TSI which was released earlier this year now has a permanent place amongst the ranks of VW. Under the new guise of Golf GT Sport to emphasize its performance credentials, it will now be available in two sporty yet economical models - the TSI and new 2.0 TDI. The TSI maintains its twin-charged 1...

2008 Volkswagen Golf GT Sport

Volkswagen Australian has made some minor changes to the 2008 Golf GT lineup, now referred to as Golf GT Sport. Getting the cosmetics out of the way first, the 2008 range has a new grille surround in charcoal (previously the same as body colour) as well as new GT Sport badges. The MY08 range includes the performance orientated 1...

New Generation Volkswagen Golf Spyshots

(editors note : images removed - please see WorldCarFans for images) The sixth generation Volkswagen Golf has been caught testing in the Californian desert in the last few days. Worldcarfans managed to catch both the 3-door and 5-door variants...

Volkswagen Golf GT W12-650 Engine Photos

We all loved the VW Golf GT W12-650, a remarkable car that goes to show what happens when resources and practicality are not an issue. So we decided we'll show you some photos of the W12-650's engine bay (thanks to our reader Phaeton). As you can see, cost was definately not an issue given the amount of carbonfibre used in the engine bay, but thats not the point...

Volkswagen Golf GT W12-650

When we had the Golf R32 for a week, we came to the conclusion that whilst the car was absolutely brilliant, it could have done with just a tad more power. We did stress the "tad" bit a few times, however the crazy people at Volkswagen decided if you were going to create a fast Golf, you have to do it right...