The Volkswagen Adds New Players To Its Arteon Range
The Volkswagen Arteon range is a new range of executive saloons, hatchbacks, and estate vehicles designed with luxury and comfort in mind. Initially, only the Volkswagen Arteon was in production, but the company has added new vehicles with additional features to meet individual customers' requirements.
The Volkswagen Arteon
The new Volkswagen Arteon is not just a rival to the popular Passat; it has its sights firmly set competing with the premium badge models of BMW and Audi, such as the A5 Sportback and 4 Series Gran Coupe. VW has described the Arteon as an avant-garde Gran Turismo that's big on the inside and big on looks - something it will need if it's to stand out in the marketplace.
The Arteon is a striking and luxurious saloon vehicle that features the latest technology both internally and under the hood. It's available in four trims, including the brand new R-line and Sporting Brake models. Regardless of what trim you opt for the vehicles exude quality and will turn heads on the highway. The saloon model is sleek and executive-looking, featuring LED headlights, beautiful chrome detailing, and alloy wheels.
Inside, Arteon is just as persuasive. The interior features high-quality upholstery and brushed aluminum decorative panels that will impress colleagues and business partners alike. The vehicle uses an innovative infotainment system to entertain and give the driver updates and warnings on the windscreen, so there is no need to take your eyes off the road.
The Volkswagen Arteon R
The R-Line edition of the Volkswagen Arteon is a recent addition to the range, with some updates and new features not available on the basic model. The signature shell has been refined with different bumper arrangements on the front and rear for a start. If you like an executive car with a swooping look, then Arteon R emphasizes this with remarkable finesse. The signature design extends further with smart headlight clusters that you might expect from VW.
Inside the Arteon R, the oozes the same quality as its counterpart but with a few alterations. The dashboard has a range of optional real wood veneers to choose from, allowing you to personalise your executive vehicle's interior. It doesn't just end at the dashboard, either. All models come with part-leather seats as a primary feature. In terms of dashboard technology, there are some differences in features from the standard Arteon version.
The Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake
Estate style executive vehicles aren't always easy to come across, but VW offers one in its Arteon range in the form of the Shooting Brake. The roofline of the Shooting Brake is sleek and designed for maximum internal headroom without sacrificing any of the up-top appeals. The boot too has more volume: what you might expect from an estate. With the parcel shelf attached, the boot volume measures 565 liters. Not much different from the hatchback's 563 liters; if you lift the parcel shelf, however, the volume extends to 1632 liters, compared with the hatch's 1557 liters - worth considering for airport journeys and business trips.
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