Japan Time 06:15 12 Dec 2017
Watch    Login    Use Car   
2017 VW Golf to Get 10-Speed DSG 28-11-2014

Saffran Use Car
Headlining the next-generation Golf will be a 10-speed DSG transmission. According to a report from Auto Express, Volkswagen is building on the success of its seven-speed DSG by adding three more gears while retaining the same size as the current unit in order to easily fit into the Volkswagen Group's MQB platform. As a result, expect to see the 10-speed transmission make its way to various other models including the Golf GTI, GTD and R while the seven-speed DSG will be available on lower trim models. Volkswagen is also considering bringing the more powerful 2.0-liter BiTDI diesel engine that was recently revealed in the new Passat to the Golf lineup. The automaker is also investigating adding electric motors to its gasoline-powered Golfs for a "mild hybrid" setup to not only slightly enhance performance but to improve fuel economy and decrease CO2 emissions. Changes will also trickle down to the e-Golf model which is expected to get a 25-percent improvement in range and will arrive shortly after the eighth-generation Golf launch. With the next-generation Golf launching in 2017, expect to see a facelift of the current Golf next year.
Saffran International Co Ltd (Saffran Group)
Minami Azabu 2-10-13 Tokyo Japan
Tel : +813 6435 2269
Fax : +8136 733 8578
Mobile : +8180 4199 1786 (whattsapp)
Email :
Company Regsitration No: 0 3 0 0 - 0 1 - 0 8 2 4 4 9
Safety Commission License No: 3 0 5 5 3 0 8 0 9 1 0 5
© 2006 Saffran International Co Ltd Japan All rights reserved.
SiCL is operating with the permission of safety comission of japan