2018 Volkswagen Atlas Updates: SUV Highlights Technology Advancing That Might Arrive In Spring

Mar 06, 2017 08:10 AM EST | Audi Mae

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The Volkswagen Atlas is one of the 2018 best full-sized SUVs that earn trust from consumers. The 2018 Atlas is the new three-row crossover of Volkswagen, which is compact with excellent technical specs and features.

The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas is packed with some of enough rooms for family and friends, which highlights seating rows one to three. It will also have enough cargo space which is designed to handle up to 96.8 cubic feet of cargo space with the second-row and third-row seats folded down. The second row of the Volkswagen Atlas also comes with a lever that slides and folds the seats forward for simple and easy access to the third row.

According to Car And Driver, the all-new three-row crossover with room for seven might arrive in Spring. It will feature Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and MirrorLink. It will also come with 12-speaker Fender audio system.

The Atlas is filled with excellent features that can keep passengers thoroughly entertained along the journey. It features Volkswagen Digital Cockpit, which is accessible with 12.3-inch Active Information Display. It displays relevant information, which includes the car's speed, estimated fuel consumption, Driver Assistance settings, and even a navigation screen.

The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas highlights technology advancing, which includes a Driving Mode Selection that let the driver chooses from four different driving modes. The modes are Eco, Normal, Sport, and Custom. It also comes with Pedestrian Monitoring, Front Assist, and Blind Spot Monitor, as noted by The Courier Express.

The full-sized SUV will be fuelled by standard 238-hp turbo four with a front-wheel V6-drive engine. Atlas features an excellent safety tech, which includes a lane-departure warning with steering assist, and forward-collision alert.

The 2018 Volkswagen Atlas is also 4Motion all-wheel drive. It is a fuel-economy SUV that owns five trim levels that will roughly range from $30,000 to $48,000, which is close similar to its paralleling big competitors like the Ford Explorer and Toyota Highlander.

 

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