Volkswagen Polo will updated line of Geneva

Volkswagen Polo will updated line of Geneva

Volkswagen will present at next week's Geneva Motor Show, updated several members of the Polo line, which recently underwent a facelift.

The new CrossPolo now has a new set of alloy wheels of 17 inches and benefits of the liner in the lower areas of the bumpers, sills and fenders. It can also be distinguished by their silver inserts in the side mirrors, bumpers and roof rack. With front-wheel drive, the CrossPolo gained a new steering wheel and textiles into the cabin, as well as gear shift and hand brake updated.

Have the Polo BlueMotion comes in two versions, TSI, equipped with a 1.0 turbo engine with three cylinders and 89 hp petrol and TDI, which has a block 1.4 diesel powered three cylinders and 74 horsepower.

Just below the Polo GTI, the top line is the BlueGT, which has the height relative to the ground lowered by 15 mm and 17-inch wheels. The model has more muscular bumpers, wider side sills and rear spoiler positioned above the trunk.

His engine was updated to 1.4 a block four-cylinder, gasoline-powered and direct injection, which now delivers 148 horsepower and a manual six-speed transmission. With this revision, the model became more powerful 10 hp than its predecessor.

Volkswagen also reviewed the R-Line package for the Polo and confirmed plans for plug-in hybrid models and CNG versions, which should come only in 2015.

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