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Volkswagen Atlas 2021

Volkswagen of America, Inc. revealed the new 2021 VW Atlas at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show. The invigorated seven-seater offers a bolder structure just as inside updates, trend setting innovation and new driver-help highlights while as yet keeping up the roomy inside and easy to understand infotainment and ergonomics that made the active model so famous. 

"The Atlas has been a gigantic example of overcoming adversity for Volkswagen of America, helping us to situate the brand with a more noteworthy accentuation on the family-accommodating SUVs that purchasers are purchasing," said Scott Keogh, president and CEO of Volkswagen Group of America. "This revived model brings all the usefulness of the past model, and raises the stakes with new innovation and more style." 
The invigorated Volkswagen Atlas keeps up the equivalent underpinnings of the fruitful active model, yet is almost three inches longer, because of new front and back guard structures. Following in the strides of the Atlas Cross Sport, an intense three-bar grille stretches out into the front light mark making an increasingly jazzy nearness. The invigorated model highlights new front lamp and taillight plans that incorporate standard LED lighting. This, alongside the etched front and back guards, gives the Atlas a progressively forceful position. The R-line® trims raise the stakes with a one of a kind guard configuration, side skirts, and accessible 20-or 21-inch aluminum-amalgam wheels (reliant on trim), just as signature R-line badging. 

The inside gets overhauls over the past model, offering a progressively associated and agreeable experience. Overhauls incorporate another guiding wheel, accessible difference sewing on the calfskin seating surfaces and entryway trim, and a 8-inch Composition Media infotainment framework on all models yet the base S trim. Accessible highlights incorporate the Volkswagen Digital Cockpit, Fender® Premium Audio System, encompassing lighting, 3-zone Climatronic® atmosphere control, ventilated front seats, warmed back seats, remote charging, and remote start.The Volkswagen Atlas features new innovation highlights, for example, the Car-Net® telematics framework. The up and coming age of Car-Net incorporates a refreshed portable application, a considerable rundown of no-charge administrations for a long time, and an assortment of membership choices for client adaptability remembering for vehicle Wi-Fi ability when you buy in to an information plan. Vehicle Net Hotspot permits travelers to get to the web with up to four associated gadgets at the same time, including good tablets, cell phones, PCs, gaming gadgets, and the sky is the limit from there all at 4G LTE-empowered speed. 

A suite of driver-help innovation is accessible on the Atlas. Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Monitoring (Front Assist), Blind Spot Monitor, and Rear Traffic Alert are standard on all models. Versatile Cruise Control (ACC) with Stop and Go, Lane Keeping System (Lane Assist), Park Distance Control (PDC), Park Steering Assistant (Park Assist), and Overhead View Camera (Area View) are likewise accessible. Congested driving conditions Assist and Dynamic Road Sign Display, first appearing on the Atlas Cross Sport, will be accessible too. 

The Volkswagen Atlas will be accessible with two powertrains: a 276-strength V6 and a 235-hp four-chamber turbocharged and coordinate infusion TSI® motor. The two motors are mated to an eight-speed programmed transmission and are accessible with Volkswagen's 4Motion all-wheel-drive framework. The 2.0T and 4Motion blending is new for 2020, just like the accessibility of the four-chamber motor on top trimlines. V6 models can tow as much as 5,000 pounds, when outfitted with the V6 Towing Package. 

The Atlas was the first Volkswagen planned, designed and created as a major aspect of Volkswagen's North American district methodology. Gathered at Volkswagen's Chattanooga, Tennessee plant close by the Volkswagen Passat and the all-new Atlas Cross Sport, the Atlas has become a significant player in the U.S. showcase since its underlying discharge. Volkswagen has now put more than $2.6 billion in the territory and has around 3,800 direct representatives in Tennessee.