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In Pictures: Volkswagen launches 2014 Golf

German auto maker unveils small family car in Berlin

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The Volkswagen Golf I is presented before the launch of a new model in Berlin September 4, 2012. The new model is planned to go on sale across Europe in November, replacing the 2008 sixth-generation vehicle. Volkswagen is hoping a sleek makeover will keep its Golf in the best-selling compact car spot, helping the German auto maker overtake Toyota and General Motors as the world leader.

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Guests stand around the new Volkswagen Golf during the launch ceremony in Berlin.

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The dashboard, steering wheel and the navigation system inside the new Volkswagen Golf.

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The chassis of the new Volkswagen Golf model on display during the launch ceremony.

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The engine of the new Volkswagen Golf model.

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A guest checks the navigation system of a new Volkswagen Golf.

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The new Volkswagen Golf.

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