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    Rumorpile: Next Volkswagen Golf Cabrio To Take the Place of Eos In US

      What takes place of the Volkswagen Eos? The Golf Cabriolet.

    When the Volkswagen Eos ends production in a few months time, that will leave Volkswagen with only one convertible in their lineup - the Beetle Cabriolet. But Car and Driver says a replacement is on the way.


    According to a source at Volkswagen, the company is planning on sending the next-generation Golf Cabriolet. No timeframe was given as to when we'll see it, but expect it not to look that much different from the current model sold elsewhere.


    Now it should be noted that the Golf Cabriolet wasn't the only option on the table for the U.S. The source said there was a cabriolet using the Passat platform as an option, but that idea was canned.


    Source: Car and Driver

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