Set to be start selling in March, the Polo comes in 2 different engine modes, expectedly petrol and diesel versions. Where this is concerned, both versions comes with the 75 horsepower, 1.2 liter engine mated with a 5 speed manual transmission gearbox where the petrol one is equipped with a maximum torque of 110Nm. On the other hand, the diesel one comes with the 1.2 liter TDI that gets you to 180Nm at 2,000rpm. There are currently no news on whether the DSG will be fitted into this version so at the moment, they are not available.

Apart from that, you can also go for the 3 trims made available namely Trendline, Comfortline and Highline. All trims comes standard with safety equipments like dual airbags and ABS (Anti-Lock braking system), body coloured bumpers, green tinted glass as well as a 6 years anti-corrosion warranty.

VW will also be putting on display the Race Polo which is set to race in the Volkswagen Polo Cup which is fitted with a 1.6 TDI engine. this would be a top of the range, 130 horses and 250Nm of torque version that comes paired with a 6 speed manual transmission gearbox. Essentially, the Race Polo is set for the tracks and for the race event where it comes with standard racing accessories like 17 inch wheels with low profile slick tyres (200/605 R17), and a HANS-ready 6 point harness. Apart from that, it also comes with upgraded exhaust systems and brakes, Sachs adjustable suspensions, FIA approved roll cage, fire extinguisher and data logger. All in all, the Race Polo is just plain track-ready.

The body work of the Race Polo had also gone through some upgrades where it gets its own aerodynamic body kit equipped with a specially designed front and rear spoilers, side skirts as well as nice looking rear wing all to ensure a smoother and better performance driving when competing.

 

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