VW’s head of powertrain development, Dr. Heinz-Jakob Neußer, has confirmed to Auto Express that the facelifted Volkswagen Golf will feature gesture control technology when it arrives at the end of 2016. This is a first for the family hatchback segment and part of a growing trend for advanced conectivity and control technology making its way into more affordable cars.  

Neußer confirmed the news at CES in Shanghai, where the German manufacturer also rolled out its VW Golf R Touch concept. The gesture control technology that will be used on the facelifted Golf will be borrowed from the concept. 

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VW Boss Confirms 2016 Golf To Come With Gesture Control Technology

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