2010 VW Polo Cup Race Version review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 6 January 2010 , 18:01:04 byDan

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VW Polo Cup Race Version

German carmaker Volkswagen will send its Race Polo model on the Indian tracks at the Polo Cup and here it will be seen for the first time. The model is powered by a 1.6-liter R4 common rail diesel engine capable of developing 130 horsepower and 250 Nm of torque. The output is being sent to the wheels through a 6-speed manual transmission. Adjustable Sachs race suspension, aerodynamic body kit with front and rear spoiler, side skirts and rear wing form the standard features of this car. On the inside it has integrated head protection in the rear seat, a 6-point seatbelt, safety net on driver side, additional display and data logger system with on board camera. To be more precise, the model is perfectly loaded and it is now ready for the race.

VW Race Polo:

The Volkswagen Race Polo which will be seen racing for the first time on the Indian tracks at the Polo Cup comes with a 1.6L R4 common rail diesel engine with an output of 130 HP@4400 rpm and torque of 250 Nm@ 1500-2500 rpm.

It is equipped with a 6 speed manual gearbox, 17 inch alloy wheels with 200/605 R17 slick tyres. Adjustable Sachs race suspension, aerodynamic body kit with front and rear spoiler, side skirts and rear wing form the standard features of this car.

The interior is equipped with integrated head protection in the race seat, a 6 point seatbelt prepared for HANS System, safety net on driver side, additional display and data logger system with on board camera.

Safety and security in the Race Polo is enhanced with the provision of FIA approved roll cage, fire extinguisher system with internal and external release, electrical cut off system and a race brake system with four piston fixed caliper and ventilated 312 mm disk front and 232 mm disc brake rear. In other words perfectly loaded and ready for the Race.