Volkswagen debuted a new, sport-inspired midsize sedan at the 2017 Geneva Auto Show. The 2019 Volkswagen Arteon Gran Turismo-- which carries over the looks of the Sport Coupe Concept GTE Volkswagen first displayed in 2015-- embraces the "four-door coupe" body style with a long hood and raked roofline. And it will provide an effective engine to support those looks.
Likely to show up at some point in 2017 and go on sale in U.S. dealers for the 2018 model year, the third-gen Touareg will get a major makeover inside and out. A refreshed engine lineup is also on the table, with both gasoline and diesel powerplants set to receive updates. The big news is undoubtedly the brand-new MLB platform, which will make the SUV lighter than its predecessor and enable better interior product packaging and more travel luggage space.
Revealed completely U.S. specification at the New York Auto Show, the modified 2018 VW Golf family gain from a selection of cosmetic and practical enhancements that add visual appeal and reinforce value of the base Golf in addition to the Alltrack, SportWagen, GTI and hot Golf R. The technology upgrades for all incorporate significant enhancements on both the comfort/convenience and safety/driver-assist fronts.