Volskwagen has revealed its new Polo sedan.
The new Polo sedan, known in some places as Virtus, looks sleeker than the existing model. VW designers have done far more than just add a a boot onto the back of the standard Polo.
The sedan Polo measures 4 480mm in length – 90mm longer than the current model – with a 521-litre luggage space.
VW said it should comfortably seat five adults, which means it is probably almost matching the Jetta’s size.
Like the existing range, the new sedan will be available in the Trendline, Comfortline and Highline packages, while we are holding thumbs that the sporty R-Line package will become available on the Polo too.
Although there is no word yet on South African models, the sedan’s engine choices will probably be similar the hatchback’s offerings.
There will probably be turbopetrol engines, starting with a 70kW or 85k W1,0-litre unit. The top versions could get the potent 1,5-litre TSI unit while a 1,6-litre TDI engine should be available for the diesel fans.
The Polo sedan will also have a top-notch fit and finish interior with the latest generation of infotainment systems.
Off course, the Polo sedan will be fitted with many safety features that will make it one of the safest vehicles in its market.
The new Polo hatchback, which should be released early next year, has been unveiled and should go on sale near July next year.