Volkswagen has unveiled the new Polo, which has a new design and a long list of equipment upgrades.
NEW DRIVER ASSISTANCE FEATURES
Volkswagen’s new supermini is now available with Volkswagen’s IQ.DRIVE Travel. This driver assistance suite pairs predictive Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Assist to enable partly automated driving.
The new Volkswagen Polo also gets LED headlights, LED tail-light clusters, and a multi-function steering wheel. Also now standard for the Polo is Volkswagen’s Digital Cockpit, which has an 8-inch digital display.
On the safety front, there is a new centre airbag. In the event of a crash, this airbag opens toward the centre in the event of an accident, protecting the driver and front passenger.
BOLD NEW LOOK
“Style” variants of the new Volkswagen Polo get a new distinctive front end with chrome-look crossbars. On top of that, it also features Volkswagen’s IQ.LIGHT LED matrix headlights, LED fog lights, and 15-inch Ronda alloy wheels.
Local drivers will be pleased with the car’s Park Distance Control system.
Inside, the a range of additional details include the 10.25-inch Digital Cockpit, background lighting and the 8-inch Infotainment system Ready2Discover, which includes App-Connect Wireless.
With Ready2Discover, customers have the option of retrofitting the navigation system as a feature on demand.
VOLKSWAGEN POLO: SPORTY R-LINE
A Volkswagen Polo R-Line is also being offered. Distinguishing features for this top variant include high-gloss black cross and longitudinal bars at the air intakes.
The Polo “R-Line” also gets IQ.LIGHT LED matrix headlights and LED fog lights are as standard. At the rear, a diffuser is finished in high-gloss black. It also integrates chrome-look exhaust panels in the lower part of the vehicle.
The R-Line also gets 16-inch Valencia alloy wheels as standard. Like the Polo Style, the R-Line comes equipped with the Ready2Discover Infotainment system, too.