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Mk1 Polo - originally introduced in 1974 as the Audi 50 and rebadged six months later as the rather more basically specced VW Polo - was initially available as a hatchback only. In 1977 a booted saloon version was released as the VW Derby. The car was fitted with 895cc, 1093cc & 1272cc four cylinder, transverse, front wheel drive engines.
Mk1 Facelift - For the 1979 model year, the range was facelifted, at which time the chrome bumpers were replaced with plastic items and a new style of grille and a revised dashboard were fitted. The Derby recieved square headlights.
Mk2 Polo - introduced in 1981, saw a new body style added to the range - the 'breadvan' small estate car. The original hatchback was renamed as the Coupé and the Derby was now known as the Polo Classic. Engine sizes now ranged from 1093cc to 1272cc petrol engines, later with fuel injection and even a supercharged G40 version. There was also a 1.3l (later 1.4l) diesel engine option.
Mk2 Facelift (sometimes called the Mk3 by enthusiasts) - All three body styles of the Mk2 received a substantial facelift for the 1990 model year, with a reworked nose and grille, rectangular headlights, bigger bumpers, tailights and a new interior. The chassis, suspension and brakes were also updated. A GT model was introduced, followed slightly later by a new version of the G40. The Mk2 facelift finally was replaced in 1994, by the Mk3 (6N) Polo.