Practical cars have a great fan following among buyers because they are affordable, fuel efficient and most importantly gets the job done in every region.
The 2017 Volkswagen Polo is expected to be one such car which will be launched on June 16th.
The automobile manufacturer has confirmed that they will host an event which will be live streamed to automobile lovers across the globe. Polo is not just a popular model in the US, UK but is equally known in many other regions. Once the 2017 edition of the car is revealed in here, it will eventually find its way to other regions. The sixth-generation model is expected to undergo some radical changes in terms of design and performance.
The car has been spotted in multiple spy shots in the part which showcased the design changes. Some of the photographs show it without camouflage that leaked the front fascia and other aspects of the super mini model much ahead of the date the original makers planned to reveal it. The front bumper is the most prominent change that we could spot from the picture along with which they have changed the headlights well. The model sports W-shaped indicators and a new grille with a top lip.
In the past, the Volkswagen Polo used to sport a curvaceous rear panel but it the curves seem to be reduced in the latest iteration of the car. The car sports a flat looking rear window, hatchback boot and will also be powered by a brand new engine. The dashboard of the model is said to be on the best side especially in terms of connectivity and will also have a compact touchscreen display in the higher end variants to control the infotainment system.
Volkswagen in their earlier announcements said that the 2017 Polo will be available in dealership stores at least six months after the next generation Ford Fiesta is launched. These two cars compete with one another. Ford has been focusing on increasing the cabin space and interior headroom so that passengers could enjoy the ride with maximum comfort whereas Polo will cater to the budget conscious buyers. It will also have bigger wheels, much better fuel efficiency when compared to the outgoing model and will have some similar features borrowed from Audi A1, SEAT Ibiza and Skoda Fabia. The wheelbase will also undergo some major changes to accommodate the revamped platform.