Volkswagen Polo and Ameo to get 16-inch alloy wheels

Volkswagen Polo and Ameo to get 16-inch alloy wheels

The Volkswagen Group cars, including Volkswagen Polo, Skoda Rapid and Volkswagen Ameo, to get new design alloy wheels, according to the fresh reports. The two test models spied with the 16-inch PORTAGO alloy wheels available in the global-specific Volkswagen Polo whereas, the test model of Skoda Rapid to get twin-spoke alloy wheels.

Currently, the VW Polo offers with the steel wheels (14 and 15-inches) and 15-inch TOSA alloy wheels. Whatever the steel engines offered in the Volkswagen Polo are featured by the sub-4metre sedan, the Volkswagen Ameo. Additionally, the sedan car has featured the 15-inch alloy wheels.

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The new Skoda Rapid facelift is available with the three different types of wheels, including 15-inch Dentro steel, 15-inch Matone alloy wheels and 15-inch Bold alloy wheels. New wheel design will most probably offer in the high-end trim levels of the cars.

Moreover, the next generation Volkswagen Vento to be received the VW Group’s new AQB A0 platform and launched in the duration of 2018-19. It will feature the three engine options, 1.5-litre TDI diesel, 1.2-litre TSI petrol and 1.4-litre MPI petrol.  The reports indicated that the next-generation T-Cross Breeze compact SUV to get the MQB A0 platform.

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The German based carmaker has already started working on the future generation model, VW Polo hatchback. The German carmaker has planned to introduce the small range of vehicles to increase the zero segment in the worldwide market.

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