Volkswagen has revealed their latest version of the Golf SV ahead of its official world premier at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month.
Golf SV is a mini-MPV version of the popular hatchback, which is one of the most popular cars in the country, and joins the range alongside the various new versions which debuted earlier this year.
The car’s exterior received a subtle, evolutionary upgrade much like the rest of the new range.
Both the front and rear bumpers have been tweaked, LED headlights have been added to the top trims and LED tail lights have also been added.
A new colour, Cranberry Red, has also been made available for the new car along with a range of newly updated alloy wheel options.
Details about the car’s engine and power have yet to be confirmed but it can be expected that the range will feature upgraded versions of the previous generation models.
You can likely expect three petrol options and two diesel.
Inside the car, there are new fabrics and materials to make the interior appear more premium and a new infotainment system.
The Discover Pro navigation system is controlled through a 9.2-inch touchscreen which allows smartphone connectivity and gesture control.
A number of driver assistance and safety systems have also been added to the car which include Front Assist with City Emergency Braking and Pedestrian Monitoring, Trailer Assist and Traffic Jam Assist.
Earlier this year VW announced the new Golf range for 2017.
Among that range were upgraded versions of the sporty hot hatch GTI, the hybrid GTE, luxury R-Line and an Estate variant.
Prices for the new Golf range start from £17,625.