Volkswagen Polo facelift officially unveiled image

The facelifted version of the Volkswagen Polo has been officially unveiled ahead of its public debut which has been scheduled for the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.

Following a series of spy photos, the 2015 Volkswagen Polo is finally here and it has been officially unveiled ahead of its public debut which will take place in Geneva, this March. The model in question has been slightly modified and it’s now coming with LED headlights and a choice of 15-, 16- or 17-inch alloy wheels, depending on the trim level chosen.

The cabin of the facelifted Volkswagen Polo has received nicely finished materials, a redesigned climate control interface, the newest navigation and radio system found in the center stack and some other small tweaks, which should be enough to satisfy the needs of a B-segment hatchback buyer until the new model will hit the market, probably in a couple of years.

Some of the features found on the 2015 Volkswagen Polo facelift include the electronically adjustable dampers, adaptive cruise control, post-collision braking system, city emergency braking, electro-mechanical steering, which is similar to what is being used on other Volkswagen vehicles, and others.

As far as the engine lineup goes, the 2015 Volkswagen Polo is now coming with three engines, offered in a total of seven different levels of power. The gasoline burners include the 1.0 liter three-cylinder and 1.2 liter inline four-cylinder, with outputs ranging between 59 HP and 109 HP. Diesel lovers will be able to order the 1.4 liter three-cylinder TDI, with power ranging between 74 HP and 103 HP. All units are mated to 5- or 6-speed manual transmissions. Dual clutch gearboxes are also available. No pricing details have been announced yet.