New 2023 Volkswagen Golf: Volkswagen has come under fire in recent years with criticism directed at the company's generally class-leading infotainment system. The latest VW Golf, in particular, certainly drew a lot of condemnation for its use of touch-sensitive panels to control the car's air conditioning.
VW already looked to improve the MIB infotainment setup earlier this year, developing a more responsive and user-friendly adaptation of the Golf's interior tech, but now it looks like the family hatchback will get a more significant upgrade inside.
These new spy images show that Volkswagen is developing an updated Golf, although the changes appear to be restricted to infotainment.
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The 10-inch touchscreen on the dash appears to have doubled in size vertically and increasing the screen size could result in a change in infotainment design. However, the touch-sensitive climate controls appear to have been kept at the bottom of the screen.
The current Mk8 Golf has a 10-inch display array as standard, a central touchscreen and a driver's display. It is unknown if the New Volkswagen Golf 2023 will reserve the larger screen for higher spec models, with the 10-inch screen being kept for entry-level cars, or if the new screen will be standard across the range.
Volkswagen has extended its recent infotainment update to its purely electric cars on the MEB platform. It is likely that this new screen will also be made available for other brands in the VW Group.