Following last month’s spotting of the next-gen Volkswagen Golf testing in California’s Death Valley, new, more accurate renderings of the car have been created that includes new details taken from the recent spy images. Though the new images remain similar to our previous versions, a few subtle differences can clearly be seen in the revised C-pillar and taillights.
The car’s flanks are also shaped more smoothly, adopting the fluid style seen in the Iroc concept car, while the beltline now jars outwards more prominently, leading to the new taillights that feature a slight wrap-around effect.
There’s no official word on when the new Golf will make its debut but expect to see it gracing the stands of international car shows by early next year. The first cars should arrive in showrooms by the end of the year, however, the US likely won’t see the new model until 2009 at the earliest.