German giant Volkswagen has allegedly set a new term for the premiere of the eighth generation of the Golf.
The Golf 8 was scheduled to debut in the autumn, and the production was going to take another year, however, due to various problems it was postponed.
In all likelihood, the “eighth” will finally see the light in February 2020
Debugging was allegedly caused by problems with electronics, primarily for the multimedia system, specifically with online upgrade software.
The Golf could arrive in the winter, but VW did not want to launch its main trump card at the end of the year due to holidays.
It is speculated that the Golf 8 will first be available only in the main circuit and in Germany, and in the coming months and in the rest of Europe.
So instead of Golf 8, at the prestigious Frankfurt Motor Show in September, the biggest star will be electric I.D. hatchback, the first production model from the Volkswagen ID EV family.