Volkswagen is preparing to give one of its most famous offerings- the Polo hatchback – a midlife upgrade. The German carmaker will take the covers off formally not long from now, on April 22. But in front of the worldwide debut, Volkswagen has given a sneak look into what changes the new Polo hatchback will have.
Volkswagen has teased a picture of the upcoming Polo. The carmaker said that it will get comprehensive updates in regards to its design, innovations, and specifications.
The sketch by Volkswagen gives and thought of the new Polo’s front face that will have enlightened strips and LED headlights. The hood likewise seems bent well to give its a seriously engaging look. The guards, wheels are additionally expected to get configuration redesigns. Just as a new outside shading topic expected to be presented.
Inside, the Polo 2021 is probably going to take a significant leap as far as finishes and digitization. The infotainment framework, instrument cluster, and upholstery are good to go for refreshes.
Volkswagen has not shared a word on whether the new Polo will have an improved powertrain. However, the carmaker’s explanation asserts that there will be ‘far-reaching updates’ similarly as ‘advances and determinations’ clue that there could be sure changes in the engine.
The current Polo hatchback models sold across the world are controlled by a 1.0-liter EVO motor and a 1.0-liter TSI with a three-cylinder engine. Both are mated to a manual and a dual-clutch DSG gearbox.
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Volkswagen at present offers Polo hatchback in India with two engine choices. There is a 1.0-liter normally suctioned petrol engine creating 75PS and 95Nm. And a 1.0-liter turbo petrol engine making 110PS and 175Nm. Priced between ₹6.01 lakh and ₹9.92 lakh (ex-showroom).
The new age Polo is additionally expected to come to India. But sometime in the future as was shown by the carmaker during a recent event. The Polo in India is probably going to be built on the MQB-A0-IN stage.
Volkswagen had dispatched its first Polo a little vehicle segment back in 1975. It has been quite possibly the best models for the carmaker – in Germany. And also in numerous business sectors around the world.
Volkswagen has so far sold around 18 million Polo hatchbacks across the world. Presently, Polo is Volkswagen’s top-selling model with upwards of 15,085 units sold in March this year.