Volkswagen has officially announced that it no longer intends to sell the Volkswagen Golf model in the United States, and production on the Mexican production site has come to an end.
Currently, the 7.5 generation Golf is being produced on this site, which according to Volkswagen will no longer be produced, and only the GTI and R models will be imported to the United States.
The Volkswagen Golf has been sold in the United States since 1974 and has sold about 2.5 million units.
The main reason for this is Volkswagen reducing sales of hatchback products in the United States and expanding sales of crossover and long-wheelbase products, so that even the electric model ID 3 will not be sold in the United States, and its crossover model, ID 4 in America will be offered.
The GTI and R models are the flagships of each generation of golfs, and Volkswagen is currently launching the Golf GTI Clubsport in European markets.
The eighth generation Golf was introduced while witnessing the widespread use of 48V hybrid systems and smart driver assistance in this best-selling Volkswagen product.
Inside the room, we also see the use of two huge screens with touch-sensitive buttons in the new generation of golf. Golf also has a large fan base in Iran, and its early generations entered Iran in large numbers in the 1960s and 1970s.
Prior to the re-embargo and import ban, the 7.5 generation Golf GTI was offered in Iran by Mammoth Khodro Company in a very small number, which you can read about.
You can also read about the introduction of the new generation of golf here.