Volkswagen Polo hatchback is one of the most popular cars from the German automaker. The Volkswagen has been planning to introduce a crossover based on the Polo hatchback. Although the crossover is based on the Polo hatchback, but it actually boasts an aggressive design language. Earlier this at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show Volkswagen unveiled the T-Cross Breeze concept, which was the preview for the VW Polo based crossover.
Kamenistiak has rendered the upcoming crossover with inspiration from the T-Cross Breeze concept. As said earlier, the crossover looks aggressive and stylish at the same time. Expected to be launched in 2018 this car gets sleek dual unit LED headlamps, an aggressive two part front grille with a horizontal slat running through the middle and the Volkswagen logo positioned at the centre. The front bumper looks aggressive with large air intake and a chrome bar positioned at it. The contrast of chrome and black cladding looks good. The hood gets crisp creases running toward the nose. The side body shows typical crossover like black cladding, sporty and aggressive looking alloy wheels.
The thick cuts and creases run through the doors and they make the car muscular and visually appealing. The glass area is blackened with the B pillars completely blackened out. The ORVMs sport sleek side turning indicators. The rear might get a roof spoiler and a new taillamps with fresh design. The roof is gently sloping toward the rear and it also gets a sharp fin antenna at the rear. The new Polo based crossover will be sitting on the MQB platform which houses Golf, Euro spec Passat and many other vehicles as well.
Talking about the power source for this crossover, the T-Cross Breeze crossover concept was powered by a 1.0 litre turbocharged three cylinder engine mated to a seven speed dual clutch transmission sending power to the front wheels. The power output was 110 hp while the torque amount was 175 Nm. The concept was capable to reach 0– 100 kmph in 10.3 seconds with a top speed of 188 kmph. Expect the production model to come with different engine options, and it might also don an All Wheel Drive (AWD) system.