Volkswagen Polo Highline Plus trim will receive 16-inch alloys and a reverse parking camera.
The Volkswagen Polo Highline Plus Variant will be around Rs 30,000 pricier than the Highline trim.
While the new-generation Volkswagen Polo is due for the next year, the German car player will soon expand the current hatchback lineup with a new Polo Highline Plus trim. A latest media report claims that the new Volkswagen Polo Highline Plus trim will arrive at dealerships in coming days. It is likely to be launched sometime next month (August 2017).
The report further claims that the dealers are taking pre-orders for the new Volkswagen Polo Highline Plus trim with an initial sum of Rs 25,000. This new variant will sit above the range-topping Highline trim, and will be loaded with some additional equipment. As far as the pricing is concerned, it is estimated to be Rs 30,000 (approx.) more expensive than the Highline trim. Read – VW Polo GTI Is Now Cheaper by Rs 5 Lakh
The new Volkswagen Polo Highline Plus trim will, additionally, be offered with 16-inch alloy wheels and reverse parking camera. However, there is no clarity whether it will get LED headlamps or not. Just so you know, Volkswagen introduced the Vento Highline Plus trim with LED headlights in April 2017.
A test mule of the Polo was snapped testing in Pune which was painted in dual-tone (Red & Black) shade. The spotted car could be the new Volkswagen Highline Plus variant. Featuring black plastic cladding across the side sill and rear bumpers, the car looks sportier than the regular model. Read – New Volkswagen Polo 2018 Vs Old Polo
Engine options on the new Volkswagen Polo Highline Plus trim will remain unchanged. It will continue to carry the existing 1.2 L MPi petrol and 1.5 L TDI diesel powertrains. While the former makes 74bhp and 110Nm, the latter one offers 89bhp and 230Nm. Transmitting power to the wheels will be the same 5-speed manual gearbox.
Talking about Volkswagen’s future plan, the German carmaker is planning to launch the Virtus sedan that will have its world premiere in November 2017. Rumour has it this new saloon will come as replacement to the Vento in India. The company will also bring in the new-generation Passat in the country. With all-new Tiguan, Volkswagen recently marked its entry in the SUV space.