After being sent to be redesigned, the most important model of the Germany’s No. 1 maker will be unveiled next year, but not in only one version. Auto Motor Und Sport reports that the Golf VI will be offered in many versions, a cabrio being offered starting 2010.

The Volkswagen Golf Cabrio will not be produced at Karmann as in the past, it will be manufactured in one of VW’s own factories in Germany.
It’s planned to sell 35.000 copies per year with an additional price of 4.000 Euro compared to the limousine.

Under the bonnet you will see the same engines as in the hatchback version. The gas engine range of the Golf VI will include: a new 1,4 liter engine, both naturally aspirated (80 hp) and turbocharged (TFSI, 120 hp), the 1,6 liters engine (102 hp), the 2,0 liters engine, both naturally aspirated (150 hp) and turbocharged (200 hp) and the 1,4 dual-charger TSI engine (150 hp). Diesel engines will include the old 1.9 TDI Pompe-Duse (105 hp) and two new common-rail engines: a 1,6 liters TDI (90 hp) and a 2.0 liters TDI in two power steps (same as today, 140 and 170 hp).

Source: AutoMotorUndSport

What do you think?
Show Comments
Car Finder: