Volkswagen showed a limited version of ArteonFebruary 28, 2020
Volkswagen Arteon R-Line Edition, which will be released in a circulation of only 1 thousand copies, is equipped with a set of unique body kit and a unique color scheme.
Volkswagen introduced the Arteon R-Line Edition. The automaker even announced acceptance of orders for the new product, specifying that in total it is planned to release only 1 thousand copies of the model, the cost of each of which will be from 36,850 pounds.
Like the other VW models that received the R-Line performance, Arteon boasts some cosmetic updates that set it apart from the standard version. The most noticeable color scheme: the Arteon case is made in gray Moonstone, complemented by contrasting black paint for the roof, mirrors and 20-inch alloy wheels. On the back of the trunk lid is a small black spoiler and a pair of chrome exhaust pipes.
Salon Arteon R Line Edition received Nappa leather trim and a winter set of options as standard, which includes heated seats for rear passengers. The car will also be able to boast a 12.3-inch screen digital instrument panel.
The buyer can choose from one gasoline and two diesel engines. The range of diesel engines starts with a 2.0-liter turbocharged unit with a capacity of 187 hp, and the biturbo version of the engine with a return of 237 hp will become the top one. and a torque of 500 Nm. The gasoline variant is the most powerful: the 2.0-liter unit is a version of the engine from the Golf R and produces 268 hp. This car relies on four-wheel drive. Each version is combined with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
The two most powerful versions of the R-Line are equipped with adaptive shock absorbers that adjust the reaction speed of the suspension depending on the selected driving mode. As with full-fledged Volkswagen R models, it is also possible to completely deactivate the ESC system.
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