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  • 10/18/17
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    Let the sunshine in! The panoramic sunroof is a re-interpretation of the legendary folding soft top

    The days are growing shorter, the leaves are changing colour, and fall is making its appearance. Despite the season, a lot of Volkswagens are still bright as in summer. There is a tradition here. Ever since the company's early years, intelligent roof systems have been capturing the light of the sun even in wintertime. As early as in 1950, Volkswagen began to offer the Beetle with a folding sunroof. In the mid-1990s, this roof concept was refined in the Lupo and Polo with electrically actuated versions. Today, transparent panoramic sunroofs are experiencing a boom. They are available for all Volkswagen models – from the small up! and new Polo to the large Touareg and new Arteon.
  • 08/31/17
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    The new Polo with groundbreaking convenience & driver assistance systems

    With its new Polo, Volkswagen is putting one of the world's most advanced small cars on the road. One area where this is evident is its range of new assistance and convenience systems. With assistance systems such as the Front Assist area monitoring system with City Emergency Braking and Pedestrian Monitoring, the Blind Spot Monitor lane change assistant, the Rear Parking Alert system, and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), the Polo is one of the safest and most comfortable cars in its segment.
  • 08/28/17
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    Sportier, larger, more connected and personalised – the new Polo launches with a digital cockpit for the first time   

    - Sixth generation Polo to continue success story: With more than 14 million units sold worldwide to date (including derivatives nearly 16.5 million units), the Polo is one of the most successful vehicles in its class. - Optimised package due to MQB: Longer and lower in height than the previous generation, the new Polo is also larger inside. Length: 4,053 mm (+81 mm), wheelbase: 2,548 mm (+92 mm), cargo capacity: 351 litres (+71 litres). - Thanks to MQB, Polo sets standards in its class:  Features such as Front Assist, Blind Spot Monitor, ACC, Automatic Post-Collision Braking System and LED headlights are otherwise only familiar from higher vehicle classes. - First Polo with digital instruments: The second generation of Active Info Display celebrates its world premiere in the new Polo. - Polo appeals with emotional and charismatic design: : The new exterior is marked by expressive dynamism with a masculine front end. - The luxury of choice: Trendline, Comfortline, Highline, GTI, Beats and lifestyle packages result in a broad range of versions. - Polo sets standards in personalisation: 14 body colours and eight dashpad colours offer almost limitless possibilities. - Natural gas for the first time: The engines output between 48 kW / 65 PS and 147 kW / 200 PS. New highlight in the Polo: TGI (natural gas) with 66 kW / 90 PS. - Attractive pricing: New Polo launches with four doors and Front Assist as standard at a price of 12,975 euros (Germany).
  • 06/16/17
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    Volkswagen unveils the new Polo in Berlin

    The new Polo has arrived! Volkswagen is presenting the completely redesigned generation of this best-selling car at a world premiere today in Berlin. With a clear, powerful design, much greater room, more efficient engines and pioneering driver assistance systems, the new Polo is set to continue its story of success. Dr Herbert Diess, Chairman of the Volkswagen Brand Board of Management, explains: "The Polo is a young, fresh car. It combines charisma with strong technology. No other car offers so much space for its size. This makes our Polo the number one compact car, and it will remain number one."

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08/14/17
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"Wolfsburg is ahead of Munich" – Sightseeing with Katharina Baunach and the new Polo

Katharina Baunach lived in Munich for eleven years, playing soccer for FC Bayern. During that time, the 28-year old became a two-time German champion and won the DFB cup. For this new season, the defense player came to Wolfsburg and signed a contract with VfL. Why? According to Katharina it's because, "Wolfsburg is ahead of Munich." Does this solely refer to sports, or the city as well? Katharina was eager to find out and took a tour of Wolfsburg in the new Polo, accompanied by her new team mate, Zsanett Jakabfi, who has been living and playing in Wolfsburg since 2009.

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