Volkswagen Polo

As it turns out, the 3-door Volkswagen Polo is just as handsome looking at the 5-door Volkswagen Polo. Volkswagen has definitely got its baby B-segment hatchback’s styling sorted out nicely. Most importantly to me, the Polo now looks unisex, while its predecessor looked a little feminine to me.

6 engines will be available with the car, with the most fuel efficient being a 75 PS turbodiesel that uses only 3.3 litres per 100km and puts out only 87g/km of CO2. The most powerful engine so far is the 1.2 litre TSI, putting out 105 PS thanks to its direct injection and forced induction. Of course, that’ll only be until the Polo GTI hot hatch is unveiled, which could feature either a 150 PS or 180 PS engine, assuming it mimics what’s offered with the hot version of the Ibiza.

Look after the jump for a full hi-res gallery of the 3-door Polo.

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