The Polo: built in Pamplona, Spain and Uitenhage in South Africa, it will soon be on its way to countless markets across the world. With more than 18 million units built, the Polo is one of the world’s most successful compact cars. The bumpers and boot lid have been given a new look, as have the headlights and tail light clusters, which now come with LED technology as standard. Thanks to the new lighting design, this Polo has a particularly charismatic daytime and nighttime signature. Now the Volkswagen Polo has evolved once again. The design, technologies and specification matrix of the bestseller have had a comprehensive update, as is immediately obvious when you see the vehicle’s new front and rear. And for the first time, this striking signature includes an LED light strip along the radiator grille crossbar – this is in conjunction with the IQ.LIGHT LED matrix headlights (optional/dependent on specification package), which are also new for the Polo.
In this regard, the new VW Polo takes its cue from the ID models as well as the new Golf and Arteon – these were the first Volkswagens to have an LED crossbar at the front. Moving to the interior, the Polo boasts the Digital Cockpit, now fitted as standard, a redesigned multifunction steering wheel which likewise comes as standard, and new-generation infotainment systems including the online control unit (eSIM) and App-Connect Wireless (both dependent on specification). Customers who opt for Climatronic in their Polo will now be able to operate the automatic air conditioner via touchscreen, as is also the case in larger models like the Tiguan, Passat and Arteon. The specification packages have been newly designed and reconfigured. Previously, the VW Polo was available in the Trendline (basic model), Comfortline (mid-level) and Highline (premium) versions. The configurator now starts with the Polo version, and continues with Life, Style and R-Line. These versions are set to be launched this spring. And the Polo will be available as a GTI, too: its world premiere is set to take place this summer.
Volkswagen is launching the latest evolutionary stage of the Polo, which is generally front-wheel-drive, with a range of five different highly efficient petrol engines. The petrol engines available as of the launch date deliver 59 kW (80 PS), 70 kW (95 PS) and 81 kW (110 PS). The 70 kW engine will be offered with an optional 7-speed dual clutch gearbox (DSG), while this will be standard for the 81 kW engine. Volkswagen is launching the latest evolutionary stage of the Polo, generally with front-wheel-drive, with a range of five different petrol engines. The petrol engines available as of the launch date deliver 59 kW (80 PS), 70 kW (95 PS) and 81 kW (110 PS). The 70 kW engine will be offered with an optional 7-speed dual clutch gearbox (DSG), whilst this will be standard for the 81 kW engine. Additionally, Volkswagen will once again offer the Polo as a 1.0 TGI with a bivalent natural gas/petrol drive. The 1.0 TGI delivers 66 kW (90 PS).
All four engines are three-cylinder with a capacity of 999 cm3.
1.0 MPI with 59 kW / 80 PS. The Polo is fitted with a 1.0-litre petrol engine as standard: the 1.0 MPI. The engine delivers 59 kW (80 PS) and a maximum torque of 93 Nm, and is paired with a 5-speed gearbox.
1.0 TSI with 70 kW / 95 PS. The Polo’s smallest turbocharged direct injection engine (TSI) provides an output of 70 kW / 95 PS. The TSI is as efficient as it is agile. This engine can also optionally be combined with a 7-speed DSG as an alternative to the 5-speed manual gearbox.
1.0 TSI with 81 kW / 110 PS. The most powerful TSI available in the Volkswagen Polo at its launch is likewise a three-cylinder model: the 1.0 TSI, which delivers 81 kW (110 PS).
1.0 TGI with 66 kW / 90 PS. Like the two pure petrol engines, the 1.0 TGI – an especially sustainable natural gas engine – is three-cylinder. It has an output of 66 kW (90 PS). Even at very low engine speeds, this efficient natural gas engine provides its maximum torque of 160 Nm.
The new Polo will be available with a choice of four different infotainment systems: Composition Media with a 6.5-inch display, Ready2Discover with an 8.0-inch display, Discover Media with an 8.0-inch display, and Discover Pro, offered in 9.2-inch format for the first time. Composition Media is part of the second-generation modular Infotainment matrix (MIB2), whilst the 8.0-inch and 9.2-inch devices are systems from the third-generation modular Infotainment matrix (MIB3). With the Ready2Discover radio system, the user has the option to retroactively activate the navigation function (features on demand). Discover Media and Discover Pro come with these features as standard. Thanks to an Online Connectivity Unit (OCU) with integrated eSIM, the enhanced functions of the MIB3 systems include the online services of We Connect and We Connect Plus. Depending on the equipment, MIB3 systems also offer new features including access to streaming services such as Apple Music™. Already familiar from the predecessor model is the wireless integration of apps via App-Connect Wireless (comes as standard in Style and R-Line) for Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™.
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