How It Looks Outside?
The designers at Volkswagen have styled the Polo really very well to suit the taste of large amount of audiences. With that sophisticated and well shaped design, Polo looks a ‘typical’ premium hatchback in real terms and is of course up-market as well, thus, we won’t be surprised if it is easily distinguished amongst many other hatches while running on public roads.
Although, initially we had a complaint about absence of smoked headlamps like of European version but we have now sooner or later gotten used to Indian ones too, which aren’t any dull looking either, Also thanks to the new dual chrome stripe radiator grill which adds an elegant touch. The side profile is not so great looker and some may even find it incomplete or boring but for those who don’t believe in much show, this is a perfect combination of simplicity and elegance. Bold wheel arches increase the car's muscular feel and merges along with the waist line.
Similar to Chevy Beat, Polo too has swept back style wing mirrors which prevent any damage to them in-case another motorist hits, which is quite a familiar scene in India. The subtle styled integrated rear spoiler adds some excitement to rear design which is however; in any case poles apart when compared to front. The small pentagonal tail lamps aren’t eye catching and look alike with old Fiat Uno, but Volkswagen logo at the center of hatch is not just another monogram, A good amount of thought process must have gone behind because it actually acts as a push-type boot opening lid, like we saw in Passat and Jetta.