The Polo continues its evolution as a pioneering, economical hatchback. Its latest re-modelling features an optimised design with light strips and LED headlights. Instruments are more digital and ‘always on’ technology means the Polo is more advanced than ever.
The enrichment of standard equipment includes:
There are also 4 new exterior colours; Ascot grey, Kings Red metallic, Vibrant Violet metallic and Smokey Grey metallic. There are 7 new wheel rim designs too.
The level of technology in the facelifted Polo is evolving to the next level, and the Volkswagen Polo will be one of the first in its class to offer partly-automated driving.
The new Polo will come with high-tech features usually found in higher segment cars, such as IQ.Drive Travel Assist (partly-automated driving) and IQ.Light LED matrix headlights.
On the inside, an all-new touch module for the climate control functions gives the new Polo a really sleek clean look – standard on Style, R-Line and GTI. With the digital cockpit and online infotainment systems now standard, the new Polo is Digital and 'always on'.
The sharper design features LED headlights, LED tail light clusters and new bumpers as standard.
The entry Polo model is the ‘Life’ trim (replacing 'Match'), the ‘Style’ trim (replacing 'SEL') and a sportier ‘R-Line’. The performance GTI model coming later in 2021 will complete the line-up.
All versions of the Polo come with LED headlights and Digital cockpit, an eight-inch infotainment system, and We Connect and We Connect Plus as standard.
All engines from launch will be WLTP RDE2 type-approved. The choice from launch is: