Volkswagen, the Arteon gefacelift. In addition, a change in appearance, and a custom dashboard, there is now what is called a ' shooting brake version available. This body style is similar to that of a station wagon, but it is generally a bit faster from it. It also adds Volkswagen's R version, a plug-in inhybride to offer.
The updated Arteon, is to recognize it, otherwise classified as the bumpers front and rear. Also, the headlights and taillights were slightly changed. The led-daytime running lights-runs, depending on the version, it's now almost the entire width of the front panel.
The Arteon Shooting Brake is all-new and 565 liters of luggage. With the rear seats lying flat, there can be 1,632 and gallons of it. On the inside, Volkswagen is also the dashboard is changed, resulting in the last Arteon have to be close to that of the Passat. A different format, and custom air vents, are the differences bigger.
The Passat dashboard went out at the last minute for these new Arteon. (Photo: Volkswagen).Arteon: R-version, the Shooting Brake is only on a special request, such as
in Addition, the Arteon now available in R trim, and the name of a Volkswagen sports models. The Arteon's R has a 320-hp, a automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. The Arteon: R-version, the Shooting Brake will initially be available only on special request to get it.
Also new is a plug-in inhybrideaandrijving, which is Volkswagen's eHybrid has been baptized. The Arteon eHybrid it has a 156 bhp petrol engine on board that works in conjunction with the electric power of 84 kW (115). System according to Volkswagen, its 218 hp. The car has a battery pack of 13 hp, which is an all-electric driving range of 50 to 60 km is possible.
finally, the new Arteon are available with the well-known gasoline and diesel engines from the Volkswagen. Later this year, it's the model with the dealers.
The importer is expected that up to 70 per cent of its customers are in for a Shooting Brake as well. (Photo: Volkswagen).
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