Volkswagen will be launching the 2018 Polo at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, slated to happen in September. The 2018 Volkswagen Polo was caught completely undisguised back in March.
Since the Volkswagen Polo was introduced in 1975, 14 million units were sold across five generations. For the upcoming sixth generation Volkswagen Polo, the company will utilize the MQB platform to replace the outgoing model's PQ25 platform.
Volkswagen released this teaser video of the new Polo, though the video does little to reveal details of the new model. Despite that, we can see that the new Polo will receive halogen daytime running lights, as opposed to LED daytime running lights of the Golf and Passat. More premium variants of the new Volkswagen Polo could be fitted with LED daytime running lights, we reckon.
We can expect Volkswagen to offer a range of diesel and petrol engines for the new Polo, paired to DSG or manual transmissions. The hotter Polo GTI is also believed to make a return, possibly with an increase in power figures.