Volkswagen Polo

Volkswagen Polo

Posted on by Rafael Schwiddessen 2

The little brother of the Golf, the Polo, is up to it’s renewal. The design of the current Polo is a bit dated, and, in my opinion, the facelift didn’t help any.

What is the secret behind this cool tuning? Well, just a simple Volkswagen Volkswagen Polo powered by two Suzuki GSX-R engine! Amazing!

What is the secret behind this cool tuning? Well, just a simple Volkswagen Polo powered by two Suzuki GSX-R engine! Amazing!

Convertible cars are still in the automotive manufacturers’ spotlight. Above all, in the small and compact car sector, Retractable Hardtops (RHT) have the advantage. Meanwhile, with the Volkswagen Polo at this year’s IAA, Karmann is presenting a soft top convertible, that is setting new standards con­cerning safety, comfort and flexibility in roof construction: A soft top with a glass sliding roof, an illuminated internal headliner, foldable back seats and a wide-opening tailgate are the highlights.

At the annual International Motor Symposium in Vienna, Volkswagen unveiled the new turbocharged 1.4-litre direct-injection four-cylinder TSI petrol engine that will power the 2008 Polo and will also be used later this year on the Golf and Touran. According to Volkswagen the new engine develops a claimed 122bhp along with 148lb ft of torque at an ultra-low 1500rpm – figures that outgun VW’s naturally aspirated 1.6-litre direct injection four-cylinder engine to the tune of 7bhp and 33lb ft. (...)
Source: Autocar
In order to revive awarness of the model historically positioned for its solidity, Volkswagen produced magnetic panels printed with deep scratches and conspicuous dents which could be applied to car doors. The effect was immediate; in fact, the owners approached their cars when they saw the damage only to discover with a smile that it was a panel signed: "Volkswagen Polo, small but (...)
Posted on by Blas Nicusor
The European-market Volkswagen Polo BlueMotion has been selected as a finalist for the 2007 World Green Car title. A jury comprised of more than 40 international automotive journalists representing the world’s most significant automotive outlets chose this year’s finalists. The World Green Car of the Year will be declared April 5 at the New York International Auto Show. The Polo BlueMotion is Europe’s most economical five-seat automobile, offering the equivalent of 60 miles per gallon. The (...)

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