Just a few days after the new Polo was announced, Volkswagen has launched advance sales.
The clever compact car has a newly designed front and rear, comfort and assistance systems from higher vehicle classes, a significantly greater range of standard specifications and some digital features.
Three different engines will be available to order.
The new Polo has a new, dynamic design – the front and rear including the bumpers have been redesigned, as have the headlights and taillights, which score points with LED technology as standard.
The optional “IQ.LIGHT – LED matrix headlights” mean the new Polo also has a continuous LED strip light linking the front headlights.
And it is not only on the outside that the new Polo makes a good impression with a stylish updated design.
It also comes up trumps on the inside with a much higher standard spec: The basic version includes the “Digital Cockpit”, the newly designed multifunction steering wheel, air conditioning and the latest generation of the MIB3 infotainment systems including eSIM on board as standard.
The new Polo has three sustainable engines to choose from, two economical TSI aggregates and a natural gas turbo engine.
Volkswagen has also reconfigured the specifications matrix of the Polo.
In addition to the basic version Polo, the lines Life, Style and R-Line are now also available.
The comprehensive standard specification of the basic model includes features such as the lane departure warning system lane assist, the surroundings monitoring system front assist with city emergency braking function and pedestrian detection, as well as the digital cockpit.
With the Polo Fresh, Volkswagen will offer an attractive entry level model.