Volkswagen comes with SUV Polo at Motor Show in Geneva

At the stand of  Volkswagen at the Swiss saloon car will be shown as a prelude a study of crossover version in the supply of models of next-generation Polo. With this continues the great offensive of concern in this segment.





Model year supply of future Polo will include crossover. The appearance of a new member of the popular series of models of Volkswagen will display the upcoming study at the car salon in Geneva. A major competitor of the future Polo-SUV will be Opel Mokka and no doubt that in this segment will develop a strong battle between both brands. The new Polo, including the crossover performance for the first time will use the modular platform of the concern Volkswagen, which already crossing  the current Golf and Passat. Because it is a flexible platform, it will undergo several modifications aimed at weight reduction and recovery of electronics. Certainly, in the supply of engines will follow further increase of efficiency.

The plan of the future Volkswagen Polo is to set new standards in terms of connectivity of smart phone and other portable devices. In this regard, concern from Wolfsburg just a few months established a special unit for the development of digital technology. The study at the Geneva Motor Show will still be paid to the possibilities of handling functions in the cockpit through gesture, which was shown in the study premiere Budd-e of the electronics fair in Las Vegas. This system should experience a serial premiere already in the next generation of Golf.

The biggest difference in terms of technology for the new model will be the possibility of using all-wheel drive, as well as provides a modular platform. The start of sales of crossover based on the Polo can be expected by the end of next year. Germany announced a major offensive in the growing segment of sports crossovers and SUVs, which would mean that in almost every models series will be offered at least one such version.


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