Volkswagen has quietly unveiled the 2021 Golf Variant and Alltrack models.
Compared to the outgoing Golf Variant model, the new one is 182.28 inches (4.63 meters) long and has a 105.75-inch (2.68 meter) wheelbase, meaning it is longer than previously. The added length results in 1.5 inches of additional legroom and also sees cargo capacity increase from 21.37 cubic-feet (605 liters) to 21.58 cubic-feet (611 liters). Space increases to 57.99 cubic-feet (1,642 liters) with the rear seats folded down.
Elsewhere, the Golf 8 Variant lands with an available hands-free tailgate and a cargo area that includes bag hooks and fastening rings as well as two power sockets, one 12-volt socket and one 230-volt socket.
German automaker Volkswagen recently unveiled the conceptual exterior styling of the upcoming ID.4 electric SUV . With the growing popularity of EVs and crossovers at an all-time high, the fully-electric ID.4 is one of Volkswagen’s most highly anticipated offerings. The automaker followed this announcement by introducing two plug-in hybrid variants of the upcoming Golf hatchback.
home news It’s Official: The Volkswagen Golf MkVIII Wagon Looks Fantastic The long-roof body style really shows off the new-generation Golf’s stylish lines. The Volkswagen Golf Sportwagen and Alltrack models perished in the United States after the 2019 model year.
The 2021 Volkswagen Golf Variant and Alltrack, based on the redesigned Golf 8 chassis and revealed last week, aren’t likely to come to the US. But what if VW offered its Continentally popular family car lineup as a unibody compact pickup? That’s a future this “Alltruck” rendering tries to imagine.