The Polo Allstar Special Edition gets flowery-designed alloy wheels, sculpted airdams, subtler front-grille, etc. The side profile is well-lined with body-colored ORVMs, Allstar badging on B-pillar, etc. It also gets headlamp washers and fog lamps to add to the list of equipments and its overall appeal. The interiors will also get heated seats and automatic climate control.

As a special edition, the Volkswagen Polo Allstar will also get only cosmetic and visual enhancements with no mechanical changes. It will continue to be powered by the 1.5-litre TDI diesel motor that already powers the existing standard Volkswagen Polo. The engine powers to a 90 bhp of peak power and 230 Nm of peak torque and gets mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.

As far as the prices are concerned, the Volkswagen Polo Allstar is likely to be priced a little over the current price of the standard Polo hatchback at Rs. 5.33 lakh for the base trim and Rs. 8.47 lakh for the top-spec trim (ex-showroom prices, Delhi). So, buyers can expect to pay a little of a premium to this price for the new Volkswagen Polo Allstar special edition.

Meanwhile, while launching new models, Volkswagen will also expand in terms of dealerships all over India and improve its sales and service networks. The VW Group’s plans for India will also include expanding its portfolio to include new SUVs as the Volkswagen Tiguan and sedans as the Volkswagen Ameo.