Spy Shots

Spy Shots: '24 Jeep Gladiator and '24 VW Golf

By SEMA Editors

Jeep grille

Sources have caught the '24 Jeep Gladiator, which features a refreshed grille and alterations to the rear end.

Camouflage covered the interior dashboard, instrument panel and center stack, which might indicate a revamped cabin.

Jeep rear

'24 VW Golf Breaks Cover


Sources have sighted the eighth-generation Volkswagen Golf undergoing testing with minimum camouflage in Austria.

The changes to the front show a new bumper layout, a redesigned lower grille and sleeker headlight units. At the rear is a new bumper design and revised inner graphics for the taillights.

The '24 model is expected to be the final internal combustion engine (ICE)-powered Golf before VW transitions to exclusively electric vehicles (EV) in 2033.

In addition to cab updates such as physical controls on the steering wheel, a new touchscreen display and digitally controlled "Smart Air Vents," the new Golf is expected to offer a more extensive range of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).

Golf rear