Volkswagen car company has released new models with 103 kW / 140 PS and a combined fuel consumption of 4.5 l/100 (DSG version), brings together the two seemingly conflicting goals of ‘dynamics’ and ‘fuel efficiency’ it’s called 2013 Volkswagen Polo BlueGT. Also has a positive effect on the dynamics is a high torque TSI. We can see the Volkswagen company was really busy with his European compact hatchback, Polo, as of late. Vee-Dub first published the Polo R-Line, it’s teased us with the Polo WRC road, and the last one was the high-performance Polo R.
On the outside, there are multi-spoke 17-inch alloys and GT badges front and rear, while the suspension is lowered by 15 mm. There are also some features from the Polo GTI (the rear spoiler, rear apron with diffuser, plus front spoiler with LED daytime running lights) and some of the Polo BlueMotion (side skirts and windshield rain channels) borrowed. A black-painted radiator grille and black exterior mirror caps complete the look, while a unique exterior painting, ‘Blue Silk’, available as an option. Under the hood is the largest piece of the puzzle that makes up this performance-economy mash up. This piece is the all-new EA211 engine, which is a turbocharged petrol-powered, 1.4-liter, 4-cylinder engine that pumps out a rather impressive 140 PS (138 horsepower) and a stout 250 Nm (185 pound-feet) of torque. This engine links up to a standard 6-speed manual transmission or an optional 7-speed DSG automatic transmission with XDS electronic differential lock. This combination nets the Polo BlueGT a 0-to-100 km/h (0-to-60 mph) time of just 7.9 seconds and a 130 mph top speed – pretty impressive for its class. What’s more impressive, however, it its stunning 61.4 mpg combined fuel economy and 107 g/km of CO2 emissions.
The technical highlight of the sporty compact car is its progressive TSI engine with active cylinder management (ACT) – that feature cylinder deactivation alone that provides the world’s first in a four-cylinder engine, a fuel saving of 0.4 l/100 km. In addition, the VW Polo BlueGT is an excellent example of how various aspects of the world of sportiness and economy can be combined to create a new car – in this case, using elements from the Polo GTI and the Polo BlueMotion taken.
The new 2013 Volkswagen Polo BlueGT looks special – both outside and inside. From the outside, it’s the new 17-inch alloy wheels with spoke design, GT signatures on the front and back (and others’ BLUEMOTION “on the back) and a new twin tailpipes, which are the characteristic features of Volkswagwen Polo BlueGT. In addition, many standard features of the Polo GTI and the Polo BlueMotion has been adjusted. Interior by extending the functionality of the multi-function display (ACT and tire pressure indicators), the GTI instruments, cruise control, black headliner and black pillar trim in the GTI-style were updated vanity mirrors tuned in the sun visors and interior lighting them, a leather-wrapped sport steering wheel with ‘BlueGT ’emblem, front sports seats. with newly designed trim (fabric and color) and various chrome rings Other standard features: electro-hydraulic power steering, front electric windows, remote central locking, boot lighting and lashing points, warning buzzer if lights are left and a height-adjustable driver’s seat.