2019 VOLKSWAGEN ATLAS TWO-ROW VERSION REDESIGN, SPY SHOTS, RELEASE DATE, & PRICE – Volkswagen unveiled the three-row Atlas crossover this year to accommodate to the North American market. Now, it seems like the automaker will add a two-row, five-seat version of the Atlas.
“We made a decision the Atlas will get a little reduce-situated five-seater, with good, coupe-ish styling, [but the] same dimensions,” Volkswagen Group of America CEO Hinrich Woebcken confirmed to Automotive Information. A two-row Volkswagen Atlas ought to assist fill the void kept by the midsize Touareg. That SUV, which came in the U.S. for the 2004 model year, was stopped in this article for 2019.
Volkswagen is also changing up the Tiguan line. Recently released, the 2019 Tiguan for North America is provided with a longer wheelbase that helps it grow drastically in size, making it a lot more akin to the wants of a Toyota Highlander than a Toyota RAV4. Now, Woebcken is exposing programs for a smaller Tiguan, even though it will still sit on the long wheelbase. And it is going to provide two series, not the three that are optionally available on the recent Tiguan.
It’s not clear whenever we can get to see the new versions of the Atlas and Tiguan. But the new vehicles must aid Volkswagen cover much more soil in the crossover market at a sensible cost, Woebcken noted.