Although the 2014 VW Golf was officially unveiled earlier this month in Berlin, its first appearance in the international spotlight will be at the Paris Auto Show. Now in its seventh generation, the Golf will adopt the same corporate grille and design cues found on the newest version of the Jetta sedan.

Volkswagen claims that the new Golf is long, lower and wider, suggesting sportier handling and a slightly larger interior. Inside, the car receives a standard touchscreen stereo system, with the option to upgrade to an 8-inch touch-activated navigation system.

There aren't many details out on the 2014 VW Golf yet, but we look forward to hearing more at the Paris Auto Show later this month.

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Davis Adams is a writer and content producer for the editorial team. Previously, he helped craft digital media for several automotive industry brands, including Consumer Reports, Toyota and Porsche. Davis feels at home on the track, and he owns a 2006 Lotus Elise that has seen its fair share of autocross courses.

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