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.
The changes are very minimal on the outside and needs a keen eye to spot the difference. The Polo facelift gets a mildly reworked front end and slight changes to the rear. The car gets a revised grille and a sporty front bumper, while the rear bumper gets reflectors.
The interiors get a new steering wheel, an updated infotainment system and revised switchgear. A sport button has been included which hints at adjustable dampers.
The powertrains might be carried forward from the current Polo in India, however, the European market might get a 1.0-litre three cylinder TSI petrol engine with a varying power output from 60 – 90bhp. The Polo facelift might make it to our market within a few months of its unveiling.