2019 Volkswagen Atlas Specs Update Release
2019 Volkswagen Atlas. The new 2019 Atlas is a three-row crossover car built-in Chattanooga, Tennessee. This typical American car is great and can accommodate up to 7 passengers. It is the largest car built by Volkswagen yet. With regards to SUVs and crossovers go, every manufacturer seems to have a display that fits exactly what you need in an overgrown people carrier.
Some manufacturers have three, while others like Chevy have five, but there is one mainstream auto manufacturer that has not bought a-game for the SUV market yet, and that the car is Volkswagen. The brand has its fair share of the hatchback, but it has only two SUVs – compact Volkswagen Tiguan and much larger Volkswagen Touareg.
The Volkswagen was originally expected to be an Atlas between two, however, Volkswagen fell on more of us and actually made 2019 Volkswagen Atlas bigger than the Tuareg. Finally unveiled the Santa Monica pier, 2019 Volkswagen Atlas comes true with a lot of DNA from the Crosblue concept, the choice of a four-cylinder or six-cylinder engine, plenty of safety features, and seats for seven full-sized Americans.
The exterior of the Volkswagen 2019 Volkswagen Atlas is 198. 3 inches long; 77.9 inches wide; with a height of 69.6 inches. It has long rear doors and sloping rear windows. The architecture was built by the Volkswagen Group. This is the platform on which Volkswagen models were built. It is attractively designed with a wide and flat nose. Wheels and tires are very large.
It comes with standard LED headlamps and running lights. There will also be LED back lights. With the maintenance of the Volkswagen province, it has dramatic balustrade arches that are booming in style. In addition, the interior of the VW Atlas 2019 SUV is the largest of all three crossover crossovers available in the current market. The second row seat can be folded to reach the third row seat. It can also slide forward to make space larger for those in the third row seat.
Also, the entry design is that the second row can be folded forward even with restraint the child installed in the SUV to facilitate the transition to third row seats. The third row can comfortably seat two adults with a large luggage area in the back. The second row seat can also slide backwards when the third row seat is unused. The furnishings are perforated from the leather and on the first two rows of seats, is a panoramic glass sunroof.
Finally, the 2019 Volkswagen Atlas will offer an application connection that can work with any Android smart phone, Mirrorlink and Apple Carplay. There is 12 optional premium sound fender system 12. It has safety features such as forward collision alarm. A warm departure warning comes with a help guide; blind spot monitoring. Help park; Rear traffic alert. Adaptive cruise control and independent emergency braking. Therefore, instead of air bags, it has springs and shock shocks.
Originally believed to borrow payment system options from Q7, 2019 Volkswagen Atlas will be introduced first with one of two different engines. On the front four-cylinder, there is a 2.0-liter, turbo-direct injection, four-bumper that delivers 238 horsepower. For those who suffer a little hunger for power, there is also a 3.6 liter VR6 that provides about 280 horsepower.
VW has not yet announced specifications for torque, pull capacity or the like, but the good news is that models equipped with 3.6-liter 4Motion can be equipped with four-wheel drive. This system has a driving mode selection that meets different driving needs and road conditions. More information and full specifications will be available near the launch of the official 2019 Volkswagen Atlas in spring 2019. Transmission functions are handled by an eight-speed automatic transmission regardless of the engine option you go.
2019 Volkswagen Atlas is available in three basic levels. The S-Class S starts at $30,500 and climbs to $35,300. The C starts at $33,590 and climbs up to $38,890. Trim Seal starts from the highest level at $39,160 and reaches $48,490 for the Sale Premium. This puts the beginner’s model at nearly $5,000 more than the Tiguan entry-level and $19,000 less than the Tuareg entry-level.