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Volkswagen launches Crest Collection in Ameo, Vento and Polo

Volkswagen launches Crest Collection in Ameo, Vento and Polo
Nikhil Puthran Nikhil Puthran Friday 02 December 2016, 18:13 PM

In order to make Volkswagen cars more appealing to the masses, the German automaker has introduced the limited Edition ‘Crest Collection’ in the Ameo, Vento and Polo models. The Crest Collection offers a set of interior and exterior upgrades for those who desire more from their car. The package is available across all Ameo variants, whereas Polo gets it only in Comfortline and Highline variants, and the Vento gets it only on Highline variant.

Speaking about the Crest Collection, Volkswagen Passenger Cars India, Director, Michael Mayer said, "Keeping our customers at the heart of everything that we do at Volkswagen, the Crest Collection is sure to resonate with those who are looking for added style from our existing portfolio. We are delighted to introduce the Crest Collection, offering a glimpse of our global tradition in India, especially for the buyers of the Made-in-India Made-for-India Ameo. We will continue to evolve and innovate on our existing portfolio, giving our customers the power of choice."

As for exterior, it package offers a matte black roof on a white exterior colour, detachable sunroof blinds and a side foil. The interior gets more appealing with beige leather seat covers with diamond stitching, anti-slip floor mats, front centre armrest with storage space and door step garnish for scratch protection. The Crest badge on the exterior and on the seats dates back to 1945, where every car under the collection was bestowed with the 'Crest' badge. The badge is Wolfsburg's pride as it depicts a castle and the Aller River with the mighty red wolf standing between the castle's twin turrets. Moreover, the Crest was the first badge of the original Beetle manufactured post 1945 in Wolfsburg, Germany.

On the pricing aspect, interested customers for the Crest collection will have to shell out an additional Rs 16,000 on Polo, Rs 21,000 on Ameo Highline and Rs 25,000 on Ameo’s Trendline and Comfortline trims. As for Vento Highline customers, they will only have to pay around Rs 3,000 extra over its current pricing.     

 

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