Volkswagen has unveiled the 2021 Polish facelift worldwide, with many upgrades. Pre-sale of the new Polo is expected to begin in May.
The 2021 Volkswagen Polo facelift has been unveiled worldwide. The popular Polo hatchback now comes with a mid-range trim, with lots of design upgrades and additional features and equipment.
The new facelift version of the sixth-gen Volkswagen Polo will be offered in four variants – Polo, Life, Style & R-Line.
The 2021’s pole-level trim features feature standard LED headlamps, LED taillights, an 8.0-inch digital cockpit, a 6.5-inch screen with a Bluetooth pairing interface and 14-inch (optional 15-inch) alloy wheels.
The higher-end Polo Style trim comes with new IQ LED matrix headlights with LED daytime running lights that extend to the sleek front grille. It now also comes with LED fog lamps, a distinctive extra-aspect window sill, 14-inch (optional 15-inch Round alloy wheels and LED taillights as standard).
The extensive Volkswagen Polo R-Line is the sporty variant on offer and comes with a few additional elements as well. These include a glossy black finished airflow and diffuser, extra-look integrated exhausts and larger 16-inch Valencia alloy wheels.
The interior of the new Volkswagen Polo has also received a major upgrade. The 2021 iteration of the popular open van now comes with a digital instrument cluster, and a large touchscreen infotainment unit with the brand’s “Ready2Discover” system, offering a wireless programming and navigation system. The new Polo also comes with high-quality padding, a handlebar with mounted controls, electrically adjustable and heated ORVMs and many more.
Volkswagen is still revealing the technical specifications of the hatchback Polo 2021. However, considering that it is a mid-cycle facelift, it expects to promote the same engine and transmission options as before.