It was a supermini economy car produced in Germany from 1974 to 1978 only meant for the European market. It was renamed to VW Polo. They were launched as a three-door hatchback with front-wheel drive and transverse front engine from 0.9 to 1.3 L (50-59 bhp) with 4-speed manual transmission. The Polo outsold the Audi 50 because of its lower price, and Audi 50 was ceased from the market. Approximately 181 000 Audi 50 were manufactured. It was created by Audi at the NSU factory in Neckarsulm, and by Volkswagen in Wolfsburg. The Polo was launched in 1974, first in Germany.
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