Volkswagen will probably present Polo and Vento with a cosmetic makeover while preparing them for the BSVI transition. Camouflaged Vento and Polo are probably hiding a restyled rear bumper. Expect the front fascia to get diffused cosmetic adjustments. If the up-to-date fashions are to come back soon, expect powertrains to be carried ahead. Before Volkswagen launches the second one-gen Vento and Polo in India in a couple of years, some other update for the Polo twins seems to be in the works. While the carmaker is yet to affirm this, a camouflaged Vento and Polo were noticed checking out within the country.
Although the check mules are closely camouflaged, we may want to spot a restyled rear bumper. It may be much like the Russia-spec Polo GT (Vento is called Polo within the Russian marketplace). The rear bumper gets a dual-tone finish in the Russia-spec Polo GT, while the India-spec Vento comes with an unmarried-tone bumper. We additionally expect different beauty changes in the Polo Twins, similar to the Russian model. The front bumper and grille of the Russian Polo GT appearance are identical to that of the now-discontinued India-spec Polo GTI, even with chrome inserts rather than the pink highlights in the Polo GTI. Expect the up-to-date Polo to function with comparable design adjustments as the up-to-date Vento.
If released in the coming months, the up-to-date Vento is expected to hold ahead of the identical set of petrol and diesel engines. The petrol Vento has two engines: a 1.6-liter unit producing 105PS power and 153Nm mated to a 5-speed MT and a 1.2-liter TSI engine desirable for 105PS and 175Nm with a 7-pace DSG. The Vento diesel is to be had with a 1. Five-litre diesel engine generating 110PS and 250Nm.
It can be had either with a 5-speed MT or a 7-pace DSG. However, with the introduction of BSVI in India from April 2020, VW would possibly provide the Vento here in the petrol guise handiest. The carmaker could introduce the 1.0-liter petrol engine from Polo and Ameo at the Vento. In that case, the 1.0-liter unit can be had in the turbocharged avatar, making extra energy and torque.
Along with Vento and Polo, Volkswagen is also expected to replace Ameo. The up-to-date Ameo is anticipated to appear just like the modern-day Vento. It may want a Vento-like horizontally slatted chrome grille, a new front bumper, and tail lighting. The up-to-date Volkswagen cars are expected to move on sale later this 12 months. Expect their prices to be largely like the contemporary fashions’. While the Polo has priced from Rs 5.70 lakh to Rs nine.70 lakh, the Ameo and the Vento are priced from 5. Eighty-two lakh to Rs nine. Ninety-nine lakh and eight.63 lakh to Rs 14.32 lakh (all costs ex-showroom pan-India).