A new rendering with the upcoming Volkswagen Polo based crossover has recently hit the web and it might provide us with yet another look into the final production version of the model.
Nissan has managed to open a new path in the B-segment for crossovers when introducing the Juke, a few years back, and after the model has become a huge success, other carmakers have started to copy it and produce their very own version of the model. That’s why we now have vehicles such as the Peugeot 2008, the Renault Captur, the Ford EcoSport, the Opel Mokka, the Chevrolet Trax, the Honda HR-V and several more in the pipeline, including the very own versions made by BMW and by Audi.
One carmaker that couldn’t stay aside from this “battle” is Volkswagen and considering the fact that it already has a B-segment car, the Polo, it will use it to help develop a new crossover. The image posted above is nothing more than a simple rendering, signed by Auto Express, and the model in question has been inspired by the T-ROC Concept, shown back in 2014, at the Geneva Motor Show. The production version of the sub-compact crossover is believed to use the MQB platform, which will transform it into a successful ride. Rumor has it that the model in question will be introduced by the end of this year or even in 2016 but no official details on it have been released at this time.