Spy Shots: China-made Volkswagen Golf 7 seen in Beijing

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A completely naked China-made Volkswagen 7 was seen in an underground parking lot in Beijing, with temporarily license-plates behind the windows. This kind of license plates are often used for vehicle-testing. The Golf 7 will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and it will be launched on the China car market in October.

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The Volkswagen Golf is made in China by the FAW-Volkswagen joint venture. Volkswagen has big plans with the 7. It will be made in the existing factory in Changchun that also makes the outgoing Golf 6, and in a new factory in Foshan in Guangdong Province.

New reports, including the latest, indicate the old 1.6 will continue in the Golf 7 as a budget-engine. Earlier on we heard the 1.6 would be replaced by a new 1.2 TSI, but that doesn’t seem so. The other engines for the 7 are the 1.4 TSI and the 2.0 TSI.

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