The VW Polo has become a cornerstone of the UK car market since its arrival here in 1976 and as such with each release there has been further pressure for the brand to not only live up to their high standards but also to reach new levels as well. This is something the next generation Polo has done every successfully. Indeed, the exterior of the car does bare a striking similarity to the very popular fifth generation Polo from 2009, however on the inside there has been a remarkable transformation. Volkswagen has maintained the iconic, whilst revolutionising it in equal measure.
The new Polo is more spacious than its ancestors which new chassis as well as introducing new digital elements which have brought it into this new advanced era in an exciting and innovative way. The new dashboard has been positioned high and centrally which allows for the brightly coloured display to light up the car.
Moreover, the driver will find themselves loving every minute of being inside the sixth generation Polo with new features such as emergency braking, rear traffic alert and pedestrian monitoring blind spot detection. This is all built to provide the driver with a sense of safety, however perhaps the greatest addition to the new car is the adaptive cruise control which will allow for a more efficient journey as well as an extremely enjoyable one as well.
However, despite the new additions which offer so much perhaps the greatest achievement from the Polo has been its ability to improve the car’s already striking comfort. As a vehicle which offers practicality, technological advancement and extreme comfort, it really is the whole package.