I like how they raised the shoulder line up into the door handles and extended it to the taillights. The Jetta has that same kind of thing, but it's a much more pronounced feature on the Jetta. I like the more subtle approach on the Golf. I'm not sure about the front bumper and front headlights yet. I need some more and better pictures!
Last edited by ksing44; 01-20-2019 at 03:09 PM.
2010 Golf TDI - Blue (BGM), 4-Dr, 6-Manual, Sunroof, Xenon, Dynaudio, Nav (RNS-510), Euro light switch, 9W7 BT, R Tinted LED Tail Lights, Monte Carlo 17" x 7.5" ET47 wheels, 235/45/17 tires, P3Cars Digital Interface, Sonniboy sunshades
CP3 HPFP! - 11/8/2016 @ 139,848 miles, The Fix - 9/27/17 @153,289 miles
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past VAGs: '69 Type 3 Variant • 1984 GTI • '85 Scirocco Wolfsburg Edition • '86 Scirocco • '86 Audi 4000S
Personally, I'm not a fan. The front looks droopy and I don't dig the space-eating concept of sloping the rear glass. My favorite feature on the MK7 is relatively flat back; not only is it really practical, but it sets it apart from every other hatchback on the market. Looks like it's gotten closer to Seat Leon.
Low roofline in the back, will that hamper headroom?
Rule #1: Keep the shiny side up, rubber side down.
As for this MKVIII, I'm having a hard time believing that's actually the next gen Golf. It only looks like another refresh of the 7. Even the area between the windshield, door and hood looks exactly like on the MKVII.
Those headlights look like something whipped up about an hour before they realized they needed to make the McDs run for the rest of the design team after they lost the bet on if Brexit was going to happen or not.
I'm willing to reserve judgement until we see some better photos, but if this really is the Mk8 I'm keeping my Mk7.5 longer than I thought or moving onto something else when the time comes.
As of the moment - it looks like a big disappointment.
2019 Audi A5 - back to the brand after 28 years
2017 Golf Alltrack SEL+Tech - Son #1. In a galaxy far, far away
2014 Dodge Durango Limited AWD - Wife's
2004 Acura TSX - Son #2. The sax-mobile
1967 Chevrolet Corvette - I promise to get this car back on the road in 2018....