Turbo edition of Volkswagen’s Polo & Vento launched in India

Automaker unveils Comfortline TSI MT variant on Polo through Turbo edition, along with the climatronic air-conditioning feature in this variant


TurboVolkswagen Passenger Cars India has announced the launch of the Turbo edition of its Polo and Vento models.

The special editions are now available in a Comfortline variant, backed by Volkswagen’s 1.0l Turbocharged Stratified Injection (TSI) technology mated to a 6-speed manual
transmission, which, according to the company is, compact, powerful and efficient.

The Turbo edition of Polo and Vento has been priced at Rs 6.99 lakh and Rs 8.69 lakh, respectively. Due to the launch of the Turbo edition, Volkswagen focuses at accessibility by offering customers its award-winning TSI technology in a Comfortline variant on the Polo and Vento.

The turbo edition, adding a sport appeal to the exteriors and interiors, will adorn a
glossy black spoiler, fender badge, ORVM caps and sporty seat covers.

Climatronic air-conditioning

Improving the cabin comfort, both the carlines offers the climatronic air-conditioning

Talking about the launch, Ashish Gupta, Brand Director, Volkswagen Passenger Cars India said, “Accessibility is at the core of Volkswagen and it’s our constant endeavor to offer customers the ability to experience safe and meticulously
German engineered products coupled with a fun-to-drive experience.”

He added: “With the Turbo edition, our aim is to offer continuous & striking enhancements on our popular product offerings – Polo & Vento that appeal to the discerning Indian customers.”

Interested customers can book the Turbo edition Polo and Vento online through the Volkswagen India website or through the nearest dealership.

Both the carlines come in a 6-speed manual transmission mated to 1.0l TSI engine offering a peak power and torque of 81 kW@5000-5500 rpm and 175Nm@1750-4000 rpm respectively. The Turbo edition is available on all colors as offered on Vento and Polo.

(With inputs from Automotive Lead Research Team)

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