2020 Volkswagen Polo R WRX-Certain Review, Specs, Engine, & Redesign

2020 Volkswagen Polo R WRX-Certain Review, Specs, Engine, & Redesign – The 2020 WRX series was received by Johan Kristoffersson when driving a Volkswagen Polo GTI RX, so the Polo was the car of decision for the new year as well. Only that the time the vehicle is referred to as basically R and includes several changes in conditions of design.

Volkswagen Polo R 2020 Volkswagen Polo R  WRX Certain Review, Specs, Engine, & Redesign

Volkswagen Polo R

2020 Volkswagen Polo R WRX-Certain Review

Under the hood of the R-tweaked Polo lies the exact same 2.0-liter, four-cylinder in-line, 570 horsepower engine with exhaust turbocharger and intercooling. Power is controlled via a six-speed sequential gearbox, although permanent 4-wheel drive ensures optimum traction.

Volkswagen Polo R Specs 2020 Volkswagen Polo R  WRX Certain Review, Specs, Engine, & Redesign

Volkswagen Polo R Specs

Based on the racing team, the most considerable changes compared to last year’s models are already made to the car’s front and rear stops. The engine cooling has been re-designed for better aerodynamics, although the rear wing is new, to aid the Polo to generate much more downforce. “The preliminary checks with the new Polo R Supercar happen to be excellent,” said Johan Kristoffersson, WRX reigning champ. “The development department of Volkswagen Motorsport is doing a wonderful task. As world champ, I am naturally specifically under tension – but I don’t thoughts that. On the, in contrast, I am looking forward to some magnificent and ideally exciting battles with the opposition.”

Volkswagen Polo R Review 2020 Volkswagen Polo R  WRX Certain Review, Specs, Engine, & Redesign

Volkswagen Polo R Review

The FIA World Rallycross Championship kicks off on April 14 in Barcelona and will continue for eleven other rounds held on three continents. There will be several premieres for this year, including the first trip of the series in the United States, in Austin, Texas, and the first run on the re-made circuit in Silverstone. This year, 15 drivers will be competing for the world name, which includes Sébastien Loeb and DTM winner Mattias Ekström.