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The special edition Vento features cosmetic changes, but is mechanically the same as the standard car.

The special edition Vento features cosmetic changes, but is mechanically the same as the standard car.

The Vento India line-up will have a new entry - the Allstar. The car will be launched at this month’s Volksfest. There are a few cosmetic changes on the inside and out. The Allstar trim sits below the top-spec Highline Plus variant and above the Highline trim.

The Allstar gets all the features of the mid-spec Comfortline trim and, additionally, comes with Linas alloy wheels, aluminium pedals, black and grey interiors, Pentastripe Anthrazit fabric seats, a leather wrapped handbrake and ‘Allstar’ badging on the scuff plate and B-pillar. A new Blue Silk finish (similar to the Polo Allstar) is also on offer.

The Allstar variant may not get the Highline Plus’ all-LED headlamps with daytime running lamps and it may miss out on the reverse camera as well.

This new trim will be available with the 1.6-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines. However, it isn’t available with the 105hp, 1.2-litre TSI motor.

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