Self Study Program 536 – The Golf SV
The body of the Golf SV has been completely re-engineered and is now significantly more sporty in appearance than its predecessor, the Golf Plus. This is largely thanks to the elongated length, the increased wheelbase, the long window areas on the side profiles and the distinctive character lines. The Golf SV is also based on the modular transverse matrix, which enables such dynamic proportions.
The drives have been completely redesigned and at market launch all engines fulfil the EU6 emission standard. The new engines are equipped with a start-stop system as standard.
Further technical improvements across all assembly groups mean a decrease in fuel consumption of up to 20% compared to its predecessor, the Golf Plus.
For the first time, the Golf SV features the Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Traffic Alert. The system detects traffic approaching from behind to the side of the vehicle and gives a warning via an acoustic signal.
Other innovative driver assistance systems which are implemented in the Golf SV include a multicollision brake fitted as standard, the adaptive chassis control DCC and the area monitoring system Front Assist with City Emergency Brake. Other systems from the Golf family can be optionally installed.
As part of the “DYNAUDIO Excite” sound system, there is a centre loudspeaker in the upper part of the dash panel for the first time. The radio navigation system generation is in line with the modular infotainment matrix (MIB). Car-Net features, such as the Google Earth™ maps service, Google Street View™, online traffic information and online points of interest, can be used interactively.
Information on the new technology can be found within this Self-study Programme.
- Occupant protection
- Power units
- Heating and air conditioning
- Running gear
- Electrical system
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