IAB reports that the production of the sixth-generation Polo will begin from July 17, 2017. The 2017 Volkswagen Polo will be manufactured at the firm’s Navarra facility in Spain.
The all-new Polo is based on the VW Group’s flexible MQB platform. The 2017 iteration of the Polo is wider and longer compared to the outgoing model. On the design front, the car has not changed much except for the subtle changes to the exterior.
The 2017 Polo will be offered in nine engine configurations which include a 1-litre petrol engine, 1.5-litre petrol motor, 2-litre petrol unit and a 1.6-litre oil burner.
The all-new Volkswagen Polo will go on sale in Spain from October 2017. Volkswagen has not confirmed about the India launch of the all-new Polo. But recently the Polo Bluemotion was spotted testing in India.
The all-new Polo might look similar to its outgoing model, but it an all-new car under the skin. Volkswagen has not revealed its India plans for the new Polo. But for now, the automaker is unlikely to launch the 2017 Polo anytime soon.