Volkswagen India announced the winner of its Ace The Race contest. The contest is aimed at exploring the best of photographic talent in India. Chinmoy Banerjee, an IAF employee was declared winner of the contest. He will be flown to Europe in an all-expense paid trip to cover the VW Scirocco cup live!
The Interim Budget 2014 sure has brought relief to car manufacturers and customers alike. While earlier in January companies had announced a price hike in their range in the country, with the announced excise duty cut we are in for some respite. Now, Volkswagen, which offers the Polo, Vento and Jetta in India has announced reduced prices for all its cars here.
Having recently made its online debut, the updated Volkswagen Polo is on its way to the 2014 Geneva Motor Show scheduled for next month. The car in GT TSI guise has now been spied on test in India, near Volkswagen Indias facility in Pune.
Hatchbacks are not really the safest cars of the lot but Volkswagen has just made an effort to change the perception. The brand, in fact, has made its premium small car the Polo, a lot safer by offering dual front airbags as part of standard equipment on all variants.
Nearly 14 million units of the Volkswagen Polo have been produced globally. Considered to be one of the worlds best-selling supermini cars, it definitely gives competition to others in the B-Segment. Now it is making a grand entry with updated engines, new technology and a new look.
A Volkswagen Polo has been spotted testing in Europe, and it seems to be the facelifted version of the current model. While the all-new Polo would be based on the MQB platform this facelift will act as a buffer until the new model is out. The car might be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
A German website has revealed that the concept model of its new SUV is almost ready and will be showcased at the Geneva Motor Show in March this year. With the launch date expected to be in 2016, the car, based on the Polo hatchback, has been designed along the lines of theTiguanSUV.