An undisguised prototype of the 2014 Volkswagen Polo facelift has been spied recently conducting some last-minute testing in China.
We have to say that it is pretty difficult to spot the differences between the current Polo and the upcoming facelifted version as Volkswagen has decided to keep most of the design intact. The biggest and the most visible change is limited to the lower front grille which adopts horizontal slates instead of the honeycomb pattern that can be seen on the regular Polo (BlueGT has a horizontal layout).
Other changes made to the model include the fog lights that seem to be a bit smaller while the headlights have also been revised with clear lens and appear to have some Golf VII design influences. As could be seen in the previous spy photos, the rear of the car has remained untouched.
The 2014 Volkswagen Polo facelift will likely be introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in March this year and is rumored to come equipped with a 3-cylinder, 1.0-liter TSI engine taken from the up! However nothing has been confirmed yet by the company and we will have to wait for further updates for official revelation about the model.