Volkswagen Confirms Arteon And Is Set For Geneva: A Show Stopper

Feb 23, 2017 08:29 PM EST | Jayde Winston

With over months of continuous teasing, Volkswagen have finally announced Arteon to all its adoring fans. The overall plan and design is set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month, and it is expected to be the show stunner. The CC's successor is finally here, and reports claim the all new Volkswagen Arteon does not deviate much of a difference from the gorgeous Sport Coupe GTE Concept.

The Volkswagen Arteon design exhibit key features including a new front end packed with LED headlights and daytime running lights that merge with the chrome-plated crossbars covering the grille. Volkswagen Top Execs says the Arteon will have a "striking shoulder section." The Arteon is also dubbed as the "premium mid-size" fastback.

The Arteon will exhibit a stunning shape that will surely separate itself from the other cars debuting at the Geneva Motor Show. Apparently, the shape does not compromise what's inside the Volkswagen Arteon interior. According to Car Buzz, the "Arteon's cabin will be "exceptionally spacious - with ample head and leg room at all seats" which is unusual for a fastback."

Not only that, the Arteon will be equipped with the latest generation driver assistance systems similar to what high-end luxury cars have nowadays. Pretty much a statement that Volkswagen does not separate itself when it comes to technological inventions. Although dubbed as a Sport Coupe GTE Concept look-a-like, the new Volkswagen Arteon will be a show stopper. Everyone should expect Arteon to be one of the most attractive offerings in 2017 Geneva Motor Show on March 7th. In less than a month, new renders will be revealed, and one of them is Volkswagen Arteon. For the meantime, watch this concept video for Volkswagen new renders.

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