Wednesday, April 04, 2012
By Manoj Kumawat
Volkswagen Vento, Polo IPL edition cars launched in Chennai, catch it live today
The heat is on. As soon as the sun is becoming fierce day by day with the onset of summer, IPL fifth edition is there to beat the heat. To add to the celebration, Volkswagen India has launched the IPL editions of Volkswagen Vento and Volkswagen Polo in Chennai. The IPL edition will be available on the Vento, Polo Trendline and Highline models only. Booking for these special edition cars have begun and deliveries will commence in less than a month’s time. Both the Vento and Polo IPL edition cars will be displayed at the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai today during the opening match between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians. Apart from this match, one can also get glimpses of the cars in other IPL matches as well.
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Enthused with the success of its venture during the last year IPL when VW launched the IPL edition of VW Vento car, this year it has decided to launch the IPL edition of Polo hatchback as well. Notably, VW had received much response from car buyers for its VW Vento IPL edition and it had sold over 2000 IPL Ventos last year. The German car maker hopes to double the response this year as it has added Polo to the special edition make up as well. This year VW will also be giving a cricket kit with every IPL edition of Vento and Polo.
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Neeraj Garg, India director of Volkswagen passenger cars said that since India loves cricket and it is a passion for Indians, VW thought it right to imbibe the sport in its cars as well. Divulging more information about the special edition VW cars launched, Garg reportedly said that in addition to the IPL logo on body and door sill, the IPL edition cars will also have leatherette seats as well. The IPL accessories will be available for these cars at no extra cost and the German car maker terms it as its effort to boost the cricketing fever in India.