Volkswagen upgrades infotainment system for the 2018 Golf
Volkswagen is updating infotainment systems in U.S. models, with the Golf lineup the latest with better, faster touchscreens, WardsAuto reported in recent days.
The 5-inches display for the entry-level radio was upgraded to a 6.5-inches screen, while the mid -grade models and those with navigation will go from 6.5 to 8 inches.
Screens in 2018 Golf models for the U.S. market will get higher resolution and respond faster thanks to a more powerful processor.
Menu structures also were changed to be more intuitive and user-friendly, while different color schemes indicate what part of the infotainment system is being used, such as audio, navigation or climate.
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