All-new 2018 VW Polo teased for the first time without camouflage
Here's your first uncensored look at the new supermini
With only three days remaining before the sixth-generation Volkswagen Polo's debut in Berlin, the automaker has released two new teaser photos that leave nothing to the imagination.
These are the first official photos that show the car without camouflage, revealing the shape of the headlights and taillights, as well as the grille and part of the profile.
Although not revolutionary in any way, the 2018 Polo sports a smart look, thanks to details such as the LED DRL signature continued Golf-style by the grille's chrome strip, the elegant design of the taillights, and the sharp creases in the waistline and bonnet.
The photos show the five-door hatchback body style, but a three-door variant may be in the cards as well.
VW says the new Polo is "larger, more spacious, more comfortable and will continue the success story of the compact model of which more than 14 million units have been sold."
The sixth-generation VW Polo will debut on June 16 in Berlin from 11.00 am CEST/09.00 am GMT.