Geneva 2017: Here Comes the Arteon - The new Face of VW’s Premium ModelsBerita Kereta
It would not be an exaggeration to say that the CC is among the best looking models Volkswagen has come up with in recent times.
Well, guess what? Looks like the folks at VW have managed to outdo themselves once again with the car you’re looking at now – the Arteon.
All set to make its global debut next week in Geneva, the Arteon, which will be positioned above the Passat, will also carry with it the task of competing with the Audi A5 and the BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe.
Featuring Volkswagen’s new progressive design language, the Arteon, which was inspired by the Sport Coupe GTE Concept, has its headlights and the Volkswagen emblem merge into a new interpretation of the front section, while the car’s shoulder line features prominent horizontal contours to accentuate a wide, low stance. The four-door fastback will also feature frameless-doors.
Inside, VW mentioned that the car gets the latest generation of driver assistance systems and features that are typically reserved for luxury automobiles.
Although no technical details have been revealed, we are guessing that the car will be powered by the same engines that powered the prototypes that were being tested in Germany - 2.0-litre TSI engine paired to a 7-speed DSG gearbox.
That being said, let us wait for all the remaining list of features and details which will be revealed when the car makes its full debut next week.