Saturday, 8 February 2020

2021 Volkswagen Atlas Gets A New Look And New Functions

The three-row SUV from Volkswagen Atlas goes into the 2021 model year with a facelift and thus resembles its smaller counterpart, the two-row Atlas Cross Sport. It also offers additional power-train configuration and some new technical features.

The new Atlas is almost ten centimeters longer than the outgoing model. However, this increase is due to
the reshaped front and rear bumpers and does not change the interior. Chrome lines span the width of the car between angular and aggressive headlights in relation to the outgoing model. However, the new front end of the three-row Atlas is not exactly the same as that of the Cross Sport, as the lower air intakes look slightly different.

The all-wheel drive is now available both with the standard 2.0-liter four-cylinder with turbocharger and with the optional 3.6-liter V6 engine. Previously it was only available on the V-6. Both engines are still coupled with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Another new feature for the Atlas is the updated Car-Net app from VW, with which owners can lock and unlock doors, sound the horn, display the location of their vehicle and start their vehicle remotely over the phone. The 2021 Atlas also features new optional driver assistance features, including traffic jam assist and traffic sign display. There is also a new steering wheel with the new VW logo, which can also be seen on the outside of the Atlas.

Volkswagen announces that it will release more details soon, including pricing.

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