Volkswagen introduced the updated crossover Atlas 2021February 6, 2020
The German seven-seat crossover Volkswagen Atlas 2021 model year received an updated style, thanks to which the car now looks more like its “sibling” Atlas Cross Sport. Sales of new items are scheduled for this spring, and detailed information about the price, VW will announce closer to the start of sales.
The new bumpers make the Atlas 2021 nearly 7.62 centimeters longer than its predecessor. The revised false radiator grille has a three-line design similar to the one found in the more stylish Atlas Cross Sport. Visually, this grille is connected by its lines with modified headlights. At the rear of the car, designers decided to change the appearance of the lights. It is reported that the R-Line package will receive a different bumper design, side skirts and rims.
Buyers will be able to get a 235-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine or a 276-horsepower V6. An eight-speed automatic transmission will be the only choice for buyers, no matter which engine they choose.
With both motors, an all-wheel drive system will work.
Inside, there is a standard eight-inch screen infotainment system, which will not be available for the basic configuration. The brand’s engineers redesigned the multifunction steering wheel. Buyers can additionally order a virtual dashboard, an updated stereo system, three-zone climate control, ventilated front seats and heated rear seats.
All crossover configurations receive a set of driver assistance technologies, which includes a warning about a frontal collision, independent emergency braking with pedestrian monitoring, a monitor for blind spots and a warning about rear traffic. For an additional fee, you can get adaptive cruise control with Stop and Go function, a lane control system, a parking assistance system, a steering assistant, a video surveillance system, a traffic jam assistance system and a dynamic display on which valid traffic signs will be displayed.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Volkswagen Atlas received a special version of Basecamp for extreme sports. The public debut of the model will take place at the New York Auto Show on April 17, 2019. A distinctive feature of the special version will be standard equipment with special equipment for mountain bikes.
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