The largest SUV from Volkswagen: the first production photos

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The largest SUV from Volkswagen: the first production photos

German company Volkswagen will soon present the production version of its largest crossover. At the moment the car has factory index VM416. As the portal “New cars”, the novelty is based on the flagship model Teramont /Atlas. The new crossover is already possible to see images published authoritative edition Autohome. Of appearance note the similarities with the concept car Volkswagen SMV – this prototype showed in China in the spring of 2019.

Note the very interesting design of the grille and also design headlight – in this case, the designers did not greatly zawjati lights. Overall the car was very strict silhouette, and at the rear of the note two pipe exhaust system in the form of a trapezoid, and a spoiler on the tailgate. The interior of the new crossover was very modern – he has a completely digital dashboard, a separate sensor unit for climate control, large screen multimedia system, and electronic switch gear.

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We already know that length is 5 VW416 100 mm by 61 mm bigger than Teramont, and the distance between the axes reaches 3 100 mm.

Motor gamma will consist of two powertrains – a 2.0-litogo TSI with output of 220 HP and 2.5-liter turbo engine, capable of delivering 299 HP, In both cases, a couple of the engine will be branded automated transmission DSG7. Surcharge crossover relies all-wheel drive system. As befits a flagship, the car will receive a large set of electronics and assistants to the driver.

Customers will be able to rely on adaptive cruise control, climate control 3 zones, prevention systems frontal collisions, blind spot monitoring and lane control. Also in the Arsenal there is an automatic head light control, camera circular review and a spectacular panoramic roof with sunroof. The premiere of the new crossover is expected in the near future, and its sales will begin this fall.

Meanwhile, Volkswagen continues road tests of the new minibus Volkswagen Transporter. Tests are held on roads in the Austrian Alps. It is noteworthy that for comparison car experience in tandem with the current version of Transporter.