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5 things to know about new Volkswagen Polo

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The Volkswagen Polo has undoubtedly been one of the most loved hatchbacks not just in the country but also globally. Volkswagen recently unveiled the facelift of the 6th-gen Polo which gives this hatchback a fresh look. The car gets design changes, changes on the interior, the addition of some useful and many other elements to excite customers. In this article, we will discuss 5 things that you should know about the new Volkswagen Polo.

New design

The new Volkswagen Polo gets a revamped design that looks ready to take on the competition. The design looks inspired by the brand’s other products that have been revamped in recent times, for instance, the Volkswagen Golf. The car now gets an LED strip that flows across the front, connecting the headlights. On the rear, the car gets tail lamps that look inspired by products like the Tiguan, the T-Roc and other products from the brand. Also, the bumpers have been tweaked, giving the updated car a fresh look.

Automated driving assist

New Volkswagen Polo

The Volkswagen Polo now gets partly automated driving technology called the IQ.DRIVE Travel Assist which brings features like Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Assist to the Polo in some of the higher variants. The Polo, however, gets lane-keeping assist as standard.

Tweaked interiors

New Volkswagen Polo interiors

Not just the exteriors, but the interiors have also been slightly updated on the new Volkswagen Polo. The car gets a reworked multifunction steering wheel, touch-sensitive digital AC controls and new seating & upholstery. Also, the contrasting colours on the interior have been replaced with a single tone dashboard. Other than these, the dashboard borrows elements from the outgoing model.

Features

The car comes loaded with features similar to the previous Polo. It gets a reworked multifunction steering wheel, fully digital instrument cluster, a touchscreen infotainment system, wireless charging, dual AC, electronically-adjustable heated ORVMs and ambient lighting to count some.