2018 Volkswagen Atlas Leak And Release Info
Sometimes car manufacturers market a vehicle as “brand new” or “new” when, in fact, it is not. They say something is completely new and completely different, while it is really the same. In other words, they will intentionally deceive you by attracting attention or making an additional sale. On the other hand, once on a blue moon, a vehicle will come around, it’s really new. Without further ado, we wish to present the new 2018 Volkswagen Atlas, a SUV intended for the United States.
Exterior and Interior
Volkswagen fog lights added to the front fascia, a new line style works on the side (and, unfortunately, through the gas filling door) and the LED rear lights available have lost some of its verve. As the concept, it’s still a nice vehicle, although boxy. At about 16 feet, the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas corresponds to Ford Explorer in length and is slightly higher than the Honda driver. The cabin contains awkward wooden wood, but if that’s the worst I can say about, Volkswagen should do something simple. There are seats for seven adults, although the second row captain’s optional benches take this capacity up to six. These second row seats can be tilted and bent to facilitate access to the third row, and slide forward nearly 8 inches, giving riders on the way back a little space.
Lower setting line, the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas comes standard with LED headlights and daytime running lights and Apple and Android car. A relatively small 6.5-inch touch screen is also standard. During the setting get an 8-inch touch screen and blind spot monitoring is not the SE technology plus kick driving aid. Here you will get a collision warning with brake detection and pedestrian detection, stops and go, and track maintenance assistance. The SEL raises the bet with remote control of the park and a good towing for 5,000 pounds. The high-end SEL high-end with LED rear lights, automatic parallel and perpendicular parking, a special audio system of the Fender 12 Super Digital Cockpit Volkswagen speaker. Inspired by the virtual driver cabin 2018 Volkswagen Atlas digital cockpit is fully customizable 12.3 inch screen instead of dashboard. You can display a variety of information between each virtual counter, such as saving audio or fuel, or you can go on the screen and view the digital map. Once you experience it, you will wonder why you ever thought it was good to keep your eyes on an infotainment screen center to look at the map.
For a start, we will see some of the essential features and specifications for 2018 Volkswagen Atlas maximum capacity: up to 96.8 cubic feet of space for equipment, material and general things. Not to mention, it can accommodate up to eight people. Fender Premium Audio System: This technology allows you to reach 480 watts in your cabin. Safety protection technology: front assistant, blind monitor, rear traffic alert, track assist, etc. 2.0L turbocharged engine: 235 horsepower and 285 lb-ft of torque (with premium fuel). 3.6L V6 option: 276 horsepower and 266 lb-ft of torque (also with super fuel).
Release and Price
The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas will be available in May this year with the 3.6-liter engine. The availability of the 2.0-liter engine has not been announced, but will start at $ 30,500. To be honest, I was driving for this vehicle and it is encouraging to see Volkswagen swinging the bat. The company is desperate to renew its reputation in the US market, and Atlas could be the vehicle to do so. The weight of the world is on his shoulders.