Volkswagen is on a mission to triple its U.S. sales to 800,000 units by the end of the decade. Hitting that goal will depend on expanding VW's U.S. lineup.
We know that VW's new plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., will build a sedan that's going to be a bit larger than the Jetta. But VW also is adding on at the bottom of its lineup with the addition of the Polo, a small car positioned below the Golf (known as the Rabbit to us here in the States.)
A new-generation Polo is expected to debut at the Geneva motor show in March, and this illustration gives us a sense of what it will look like.
VW is planning to add the new Polo to production at its plant in Mexico, which makes it easier and more cost effective to sell in the United States. Expect to see the Polo in VW dealers here sometime in 2011.
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