Volkswagen has decided on the debut date of the new large crossoverJanuary 1, 2021
This is a completely new Volkswagen model based on the current Atlas version. However, the new product will surpass the donor in size.
German brand Volkswagen has released data when the new crossover will hit dealerships. The Atlas-based model will reach dealerships in April 2021. Note that the car was caught by the lenses of spy cameras several times.
From the images obtained, we can conclude that outwardly there will be a lot in common with the Volkswagen SMV concept car. Recall that this car was presented in China last year. From the differences from the concept, we highlight the new radiator grille, larger bumpers and modified optics. In length, the novelty will reach 5 100 mm, which is 61 mm longer than the Atlas. The wheelbase will be 3,100 mm. The engine range consists of two power units – in the initial configuration, buyers will be offered a 2.0-liter turbo engine capable of producing 220 hp. In more advanced versions, you can count on a 2.5-liter engine with 299 hp.
In tandem with the power plants, an exclusively automatic transmission will work. But the type of drive can be chosen between front and full. The salon turned out to be very modern – if it is difficult to surprise with a large multimedia screen and a digital dashboard, then the touch control unit for the climate control and the gearbox selector in the form of buttons will pleasantly delight.
Of the equipment, we note the intelligent cruise control, capable of moving in heavy traffic, as well as climate control for 3 zones.
Prices have not yet been announced, but most likely they will be close to the cost of Volkswagen Atlas
Earlier it became known that the German company Volkswagen is going to create an electric sedan. This decision was made despite the decline in the popularity of cars with such a body. A car is being created to compete with the Tesla Model S.
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