How do you like this version of the versatile VW Arteon Shooting Brake?June 29, 2020
Independent artist X-Tomi Design presented his vision of how the updated Volkswagen Arteon station wagon Shooting Brake might look like. The car received only two passenger doors, instead of four.
Volkswagen has provided its flagship Arteon liftback version of the 2021 model year – the car has received major design updates. It must be said that for the first time, the car was shown to us not so long ago, its debut took place in June 2017.
Along with the performance of the five-door liftback, the German automaker also introduced us to the VW Arteon 2021 station wagon. This version of the machine has traditionally received the designation Shooting Brake. By the way, not all countries will be able to get such a version of the model, for example in the USA, the station wagon will not be delivered.
The foreign artist X-Tomi Design decided to dream up on the topic of what an Arteon would look like in a station wagon, but it has not five doors, as usual, but three (two doors for access to the salon and one door to the luggage compartment).
A similar body style combines the features of a sleek coupe with the practicality of wagons.
At the moment, it is known that an updated version of the flagship Arteon 2021 will be offered in four trim levels – SE, SEL R-Line, as well as SEL Premium R-Line (with a more aggressive body kit). All of them will be equipped with a 2.0-liter turbine inline four-cylinder engine with a capacity of 268 horsepower (350 Nm), and an eight-speed automatic transmission will be available as a transmission.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Volkswagen introduced the “charged” version of the updated Arteon. There were very few references to the modification of the R during the presentation of the standard version of the new Arteon. Now this car is fully declassified.
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