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There will be plenty of standard equipment
As you would expect, the upcoming Polo GTI will have plenty of standard equipment to help it compete against the hot hatch competition, which has really taken off over the last two years. We can expect all of the standard equipment you get on SEL cars - start/stop, hill hold, cruise control, climate control, USB and Bluetooth - as well as Volkswagen's latest 6.5-inch modular touchscreen with proximity sensor, although satellite navigation may be an optional extra. Adaptive cruise may also be a standard feature on the GTI - this feature is standard across the Golf range, so it's not unreasonable to expect it as standard on the new Polo GTI.
The older GTI had 17-inch Monza alloys as standard, but we reckon it'll have 18-inchers this time. LED daytime running lights will come as standard in the Polo GTI, as will LED read lights.
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