According to a report published recently by AutoBild , Volkswagen is planning something special for this year's Geneva Motor Show.  If the story is indeed true, then we'll finally see an updated version of the seventh-generation Golf, with some subtle and some not-so-subtle changes designed to make the model look a bit sharper.  This facelift, of course, will eventually find its way to all Golf models- from the entry-level Golf, right on up to the Golf SportWagen.

We have been hearing that an updated Golf 7 family will break cover later this year, and Geneva is a major international show, so it would certainly make sense as a venue for such an unveiling.  With this update, Volkswagen will likely include the e-Golf's LED headlights and a host of other upgrades in the name of efficiency, as well as the latest version of Volkswagen's MIB Infotainment system.  It's also quite possible that we'll see a smaller version of the Active Info Display as seen in the European Passat, making its way into the new Golf as an option.

We'll know for sure in about a month's time, when the 2016 Geneva Motor Show gets underway.  To read more of the AutoBild report, click here .