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New Volkswagen Vento 2019 Facelift Might Look Like This

New Volkswagen Vento 2019 Facelift Rendered

The rendering shows that the front fascia of the 2019 VW Vento will be inspired by the new-gen VW Polo hatchback.

It’s no secret that Volkswagen is working on the new-generation Vento sedan that will hit our shores sometime in 2021. Prior to the generation change, the German will give a mid-life update to the Vento with minor design and feature changes. While the official launch details of the saloon are yet to be announced by the carmaker, it is expected to go on sale next year.

The new Volkswagen Vento 2019 facelift is likely to see a minor price hike. Currently, the sedan carline is available in the price range of Rs 8.5 lakh – Rs 12.55 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Prices of the refreshed version are likely to start from Rs 8.50 lakh and go up to Rs 12.70 lakh. Read: Volkswagen T-Cross – 5 things to know

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Ahead of its launch, a digital rendering of the new Volkswagen Vento 2019 facelift has emerged on the web. The picture shows the significantly revised front fascia inspired by the new-generation Volkswagen Polo hatchback. The sedan features a low-profile grille, newly-designed full-LED headlamps, revised fog lamps and cornering lights and redesigned bumper with more pronounced contours. Read – Upcoming Volkswagen Cars In India

The vehicle also gets newly-designed alloy wheels. Interior of the new Volkswagen Vento 2019 facelift will see minor changes including an upgraded infotainment system, a revised instrument cluster, new trim and upholstery. Check Out – Volkswagen Tharu Pictures & Details

Things under the skin will remain unchanged. The new Volkswagen Vento 2019 facelift will continue to come with three powertrain options – a 1.6L MPI petrol, a 1.2L TSI petrol and a 1.5L TDI diesel. The 1.6L and 1.2L gasoline units deliver a maximum power of 103.5bhp with 153Nm and 103.5bhp with 175Nm respectively. The oil burner, on the other hand, produces a peak power of 108.5bhp against 250Nm of torque. Transmission options on offer include a 5-speed manual (1.6L/1.5L variants) and a 7-speed DSG automatic transmission (1.2L TSI/1.5L TDI variants).

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