The current-generation Volkswagen Polo was unveiled back in 2009 and for the 2014 model year, it looks as if VW will give it an update. The model was spotted undergoing testing on public roads and judging by the lack of camouflage, it is obvious that the updates will be minimal.
As far as we can understand from these photos, it looks like the 2014 Polo will receive a revised front bumper with a modified air intake. Of course, it is very possible that the production version will receive a few extra updates that we cannot see from these shots.
It has also been rumored that Volkswagen will also offer some smaller updates on the interior, including a revised infotainment system, new materials and updated colors.
As for the engine lineup, there is no official confirmation just yet, but we expect to see a small revision for improved performance and reduced fuel consumption.
Expect the revised Volkswagen Polo to be unveiled in September at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show .
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The current-generation Fiesta - Mark VI - was unveiled in 2008 and it received a small revision for the 2013 model year. Updates include: a trapezoidal front grille; laser-cut headlamps with daytime running lamps; and LED technology.
Under the hood, the Fiesta received a new 1.6-liter DOHC four-cylinder engine that delivers a total of 119 horsepower and 109 pound-feet, and a new 1.0-liter EcoBoost petrol engine that ensures best-in-class fuel economy.
gallery: Ford Fiesta
Unveiled back in 2006, the Corsa D received an update for the 2012 model year. Updates included: new ‘Eagle-Eye’ headlamps; a new upper grille; a new front bumper that comes with a wider and taller lower grille; new daytime running lights; and new housings for the car’s chrome-finished fog lamps.
Under the hood, the most significant update was the addition of a new 1.3-liter CDTI diesel engine that produces 95 horsepower and delivers a fuel consumption of about 67.2 mpg.