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Advance: the adventurous version of the Volkswagen Polo will be called T-Sport

VOlfceid has promised that there will be no less than 20 updates for 2020 in our region, some of which are already known and which should arrive in Argentina – like T-Cross and others, will be presented in the coming months. This is the case with the variant with an adventurous appearance that will be based on Polo and it will be the third alternative to the hatchback engine, along with the sports version of the GTS. Now, it's a novelty that the German brand would be registered in Brazil's INPI (Instituto Nacional da Propriedade Industrial) denomination that will carry this version with ethereal essentiality: it will be called T-Sport.

This is indicated by some media in the neighboring country, who accessed the entity's records and disclosed this information. If confirmed, the name will have a clear connection with the company's other crossovers and SUVs, which already have the T-Cross and T-Roc, in addition to Tarek, Tiguan and Touareg, among others.

T-Sport will be produced at the São Bernardo do Campo plant, where they will share the same pillar and Virtus, which also uses the MQB-A0 platform. As expected, it will stand out from a hatchback for pseudo-off-road aesthetics, with plastic shields in the lower body, roof bars and, according to estimates, greater clearance to the ground. The goal will be to compete against other similar B segment proposals, such as the recently presented Fiat Argo Trekking, Honda WR-V, Toyota Yaris X-Way, Renault Sandero Stepway and Chevrolet Onix Activ.

It is worth remembering that in the middle of last month, Volkswagen halted production in the Anichita plant (São Bernardo do Campo), but not because of the low demand, but to adapt to the production of this crossover variant and to increase its capacity. There are still no more details or details, only some unofficial sketches that predict how T-Sport looks.

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