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2014 VW Polo Facelift

January 28th, 2014 · No Comments

Take a look at fresh photos of new facelifted VW Polo. The new German supermini gets new engines and technologies.

In exterior new Polo gets redesigned bumpers that feature a chrome line and a more wider space for the plate at the rear. The new Polo will also gets LED headlights with a distinctive light signature (as option). Don’t forget five new alloy wheel designs complete the exterior update.

Take a look inside. The facelifted VW’s supermini features redesigned instruments and a new steering wheel, a refreshed center console with new heating and ventilation controls.

The most important updates as VW said, will come with the facelifted Polo borrowing some from the Golf including the Automatic Post-Collision Braking System. Options include a Driver Alert System and Front Assist with City Emergency Braking and Automatic Cruise Control.

Gasoline units include two new 1.0-liter MPI engines with 59hp and 74hp replacing the current 1.2-liter MPI unit. The two 1.2-liter TSI engines with 89hp and 104hp will be retained, as will the 1.4-liter TSI unit with cylinder deactivations (ACT).

The updated VW Polo will first launch in Germany this spring, with other European countries to follow.




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