Volkswagen has unveiled a refreshed Golf Cabriolet that will be arriving in Europe for the 2016 model year.
The minor update features a sportier front bumper, new side sills and accents on the rear bumper.
Most of the changes focus on customizability, allowing customers to pick from six new exterior colors, an additional soft-top hue and six new wheel designs. The interior also brings a modernized steering wheel, VW’s latest infotainment technology, new seat designs and tweaked trim elements.
The company has updated the slew of available engines to comply with the Euro 6 emissions standard. The convertible is available with four different gasoline engines, including a 2.0-liter TSI mill with 217 horsepower, along with a choice between two diesel powerplants.
Full details will be released next month at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The convertible Golf is not expected to make its way to US shores.