Since yesterday we have a very special guest ─ a Polo II G40. Stiftung AutoMuseum Volkswagen in Wolfsburg has kindly provided the classic car as exhibit on loan and now it decorates the entrance area of our studio in Wolfsburg. As of now our clients and employees will be welcomed by this absolute eye-catcher.
The vehicle doesn’t only have an appealing design but also interesting technical features. In 1985 the Polo II G40 was presented to the public for the first time: Its original version was driven by a 1.3 l engine (fueled by a g loader) and had an output of 115 PS. In our studio you can see the stronger version with 129 PS which set a new 24 hours permanent record 32 years ago by reaching a top speed of 208 km/h. There were three prototypes of the vehicle used for testing purposes that traveled 5,000 km on the test track and even reached a speed of 218 km/h. This remarkable result was achieved by a higher output of the aerodynamically perfected prototypes due to a drag lever cylinder head as well as a bigger intercooler.
Please visit our Facebook page to find some impressions of the exhibition area.
You prefer to admire the vehicle up close? Then visit our studio in Daimlerstraße 18 and take the opportunity to get informed about our services in the fields of design, CAS/surface and visualization at the same time.
We are looking forward to your visit and we would like to express our great appreciation to Stiftung AutoMuseum Volkswagen for the classic car on loan.