Updated Volkswagen Polo 2021 preview Car News

An updated Volkswagen Polo will be revealed on April 22, with the company set to introduce new styling and technology to superminis.

A single sketch revealed by Volkswagen presents the new design of the headlights, united by an LED lighting strip. The signature shares features with the Mk8 Golf, from which the renovated Polo should be inspired.

The Polo’s new look should hold some surprises when the covers roll off on Thursday, given that a barely disguised prototype was spotted in testing in January.

However, Volkswagen says the interior will feature new digital instruments as well as technology in line with the latest trends.

It’s not yet clear what engines will be available on the refurbished Polo, but a 48V mild hybrid eTSI option is expected to join the popular 1.0-liter three-cylinder turbo petrol.

The line-up itself is also ready for a shake-up, with Volkswagen suggesting that the polo’s trim level structure has been revised. United, Match, Active, Beats, SEL and R-Line are the current offerings, with entry-level cars starting at £ 17,355 and top-end models starting at £ 19,830.

Production of the Polo began in 1975, and Volkswagen claims more than 18 million units have since been sold. The long-term future of the car is uncertain given the company’s transition to electric vehicles, which are sold under the new ID nomenclature.


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This notice was published: 2021-04-19 12:28:48