The first images with the facelifted version of the Volkswagen Polo have recently hit the web and they are showing the modified B-segment hatchback with no camouflage on its body.
The current generation of the Volkswagen Polo has been introduced during the 2010 Geneva Motor Show and now, almost 4 years later, the German based automaker is currently working on a facelift for the model, which should be enough to keep customers satisfied until the new generation will hit the market, probably in a couple of years. The images posted below have been caught on camera by our spy photographers and they are showing the updated Polo completely naked, for the very first time.
Some of the styling noticeable is the Passat-like front and rear bumpers, a Sport button in the dashboard, adjustable dampers, modified stereo and climate controls, a new steering wheel, a distance radar and much more. As far as the engine lineup goes, this is expected to remain unchanged, from the outgoing version. Additional details on the Volkswagen Polo facelift are limited for the moment and will probably be announced in March, during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, when the model is being expected to be introduced.