Volkswagen India is intending to give a midlife refresh to its prevalent Polo hatchback and the Vento. The new Volkswagen Polo and Vento are probably going to see minor stylish changes (particularly at the front end) alongside a bundle of new highlights. Mechanically, both the autos are probably going to stay unaltered.
To make sure you know, the German carmaker supplanted the 75bhp, 1.2L MPI oil motor with another 1.0L MPI unit in the Polo hatchback early this year. Alongside the new gas engine, the hatchback additionally accompanies a 1.2L turbocharged TSI and 1.5L diesel powertrains. The VW Vento vehicle, on the hand, accompanies 103.5bhp, 1.6L oil, 1.2L and 108.5bhp, 1.5L diesel motor choices.
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While the new-age Volkswagen Vento is probably going to hit Indian streets at some point in 2021, the dispatch of the 6th era Volkswagen Polo is as yet uncertain. The VW Vento and Polo were first propelled in 2009 and 2010 individually, and both the autos saw last refresh in Q3, 2014.
Other than this, the German carmaker is additionally considering to acquire new vehicles by means of CBU (Completely Built-up Unit) course. However, the organization has no arrangement to dispatch the new Jetta in the nation. Conversing with an online media distribution, Mr. Steffen Knapp, Director, Volkswagen Passenger Cars India, affirmed that the Volkswagen Group means to deliver 1 million electric vehicles (EVs) on yearly premise by 2025. Be that as it may, the administration’s strict tax assessment approach and absence of EV foundation put off its intend to dispatch EVs in India in not so distant future. Read: Volkswagen T-Cross – 5 things to know
The report additionally guarantees that the German carmaker, with the new import standards, should think about to get the new Audi A1 equal in the Indian market. As of now, the DGFT (Directorate General of Foreign Trade) permits import sans homologation four-wheelers evaluated above $40,000 (Rs 27 lakh). The administration may permit the import of the vehicles confirmed by globally acknowledged test offices.