He Volkswagen Atlas of a new generation is already a reality and has a fresh look and more options. This is the 2024 model year update, the three row atlas and his counterpart the Atlas Cross two-row, both with facelifts and better powertrain alternatives.
His style has been rebooted with larger LED headlights that wrap around a mesh grille that swaps out most of last year’s faux-chrome accents for black.
It also has a light bar now which runs across the hood, just above the illuminated Volkswagen logo, and connects to the headlights. Everything is new for 2024.
A slightly larger roof spoiler extends from the rear of both models and is accompanied by a rear Light Bar, which extends throughout the trunk.
Both the standard and Cross versions get the new lighting fixture, except for the base trim, which makes do with the standard taillights at each corner.
What is the same for all is the new wheel design and sizes vary from 18 to 20”, as announced. The sport version can get larger 21” aluminum alloys. He Atlas R-Line it features exclusive R-Line badging and gloss black accents scattered throughout the exterior.
Once inside, present nicer materials, as well as a center console with higher-quality synthetic leather instead of hard plastic. The same happens with the panels on the doors, which are used by the New materials on the front and back.
A “floating” touch screen The 12” says present, and a new 10.3” digital instrument cluster sits in front of the driver. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, and the cabin adds wireless charging with six USB-C ports and two USB-A ports.
Security Equals Assistance VW IQ.Drive serial. This includes lane keeping assist, automatic braking and lane centering. Now the adaptive cruise control it is optional, as is the head-up display.
An important aspect to mention is the VR6 engine removal last year for a 2.0 liter four cylinder turbocharged now standard.
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This offers 269 hp and 273 pound-feet of torque, managed by an eight-speed automatic transmission. Power is sent to the front axle as standard, but there’s also the possibility of all-wheel drive.
He Atlas 2024 It will arrive in agencies at the end of 2023, with prices to be announced at a later date.
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