Volkswagen has done it again, introducing the all-new Arteon, A twist on the old four-door coupes with features such as chrome strip on the frameless side windows and a wraparound grille. The nearly 112-inch wheelbase helps provide drivers and passengers with far more space than a generic four-door sedan. This spacious design gives rear passengers more room to sit back and relax. Not only is there more leg room for your passengers but the 27-cubic-foot trunk provides cargo space that exceeds that of most sedans. The rear seats also fold down to provide a total of 55-cubic-feet of cargo space. The Arteon offers a boatload of Driver Assistance features, including standard Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking, standard Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Traffic Alert, and standard Automatic Post-Collision Braking.
Not only is the new Arteon an eye-catching car it also provides the speed you need. Power is supplied by a 268-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. It comes standard with an 18-inch wheel for the front wheel drive version but don’t worry the Arteon is also available in all-wheel drive standard with 19-inch wheels. An adaptive suspension is standard and can adjust automatically to your particular driving style or can be manually set to Comfort, Normal, or Sport modes; in all settings, the ride is smooth and even. The artfully designed cabin features standard touchscreen radio and three-zone automatic climate control. The all-new Arteon is available now at your local Volkswagen Dealership after being in the works for almost three years Volkswagen has finally found a seamless blend between style and comfort.
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