Polo Crossover

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The mini SUV-styled Polo was produced as a successor to the Polo Fun. This car is hard to miss on the road with its eye-catching ‘magma-orange’ body colour and grey wheel arches. While the Cross Polo may present a cool sporty look it has been paired with small output petrol and diesel engines which benefit young drivers not only on the.

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Volkswagen already has quite a number of new SUVs in the works. There is a new Touareg on the way, as well as a new Tiguan. And then there’s the upcoming Taigun, an ultra-compact crossover based on the Up. So could the company really also be working on a Polo Crossover as well?


According to WorldCarFans, Volkswagen is indeed working on a Polo Crossover. At the start of the year, a VW board member stated that: “A B-segment crossover would fit very nicely into our generous range.”

If it does happen, a Polo Crossover will likely be based on the next-generation Polo, which will itself be based on a shortened version of the company’s MQB platform.

To give us an idea of what a Polo Crossover might look like, WorldCarFans has created a rendering (at top of article), which is based both on the Polo and the T-ROC concept that Volkswagen showcased a while ago.

Following the ID.3 hatchback, ID.4 crossover, and ID.6 three-row crossover, the Intelligent Design family will add many other models. From a Microbus revival to a sedan and everything in between, Volkswagen aims to become the best-selling EV brand in the world by 2030.

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  • Volkswagen is set to launch a new crossover in 2018 based on the VW Polo. It is called the T-Cross and will be a small crossover based on the compact hatchback. T-Cross will borrow design.
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The automotive juggernaut from Wolfsburg also intends to go downmarket to attract a plethora of cost-sensitive customers, starting with the ID.1 that replaces the e-Up! hatchback. Scheduled to enter production in 2023 at the earliest, the city car will receive a B-segment sibling in the guise of the ID.2.
The subcompact hatchback rendered by pixel artist Kleber Silva is supposed to replace the Polo with crossover-ish traits. Just like the A-segment ID.1, the ID.2 is supposed to use low-cost lithium ferrophosphate.
Although it doesn’t have the energy density of lithium-cobalt-oxide batteries, lithium-iron-phosphate batteries are free of cobalt and nickel, making the LFP chemistry that much cheaper. LFP offers a longer cycle life than other lithium-ion batteries, and the lithium-iron-phosphate cathode is safer too. Oh, and by the way, LFP batteries are harder to ignite.
Volkswagen AG board member of technical development, Dr. Frank Welsch, believes that batteries of up to 60 kWh could be used for the smallest models in the ID. lineup. The gross capacity would match the 62-kWh battery of the ID.3 Pro that sits between the Pure and Pro S variants.
Automotive News Europe believes that an entry-level ID.2 would cost from €20,000 in Germany, which is $23,950 at current exchange rates. That is a little hard to believe if you remember how much the e-Up! costs, namely €21,421 or the equivalent to $25,650. Preliminary reports and rumors further suggest a single-motor layout with 100 to 150 metric horsepower.
Let that sink in for a minute, then remember how many ponies and pound-feet of torque Renault offered in the fan-bleeding-tastic Twingo Renaultsport 133. It may be a heavier car than the French hot hatchback with a 1.6-liter engine, but the VW ID.2 has the makings of a fun car as well.