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For decades the VW Golf has been the go-to car for those looking for an efficient hatchback. The new one? Well, Volkswagen's done it right for a seventh time.
At the 2013 Detroit auto show, Volkswagen unveiled two cars using key components for future fuel efficiency: a Passat with a new-generation direct-injection engine, and a concept car with a new hybrid system.
Just weeks ahead of the full reveal at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, Volkswagen gives us a glimpse at the next generation of its Golf compact.
Volkswagen developed its MQB, or Modular Transverse Matrix, platform to improve manufacturing efficiency. Volkswagen, Audi, Seat, and Skoda models will be built on the MQB platform.
Reinvestment plan will include four completely new architectures from which to build different car models.