The Volkswagen Atlas is a great family hauler. Not only has it won numerous awards, people of the Twin Cities have made it an overwhelming success. It offers comfortable seating for up to seven people with easy access to the third row. You are surrounded by technology, safety, and great German engineering, making the family adventure a wonderful one.
However, Volkswagen believes in constant improvement. We listen to you and made changes to satisfy our customers in creating a better vehicle for everyone.
Later this year, you will see how the 2021 Atlas has responded to your suggestions. The improvements were made to make the Atlas more visually pleasing, with expanded standard features once available in earlier models.
The first thing you will see on the 2021 Atlas is the new front end, inspired by the Atlas Cross Sport. The design is now fluid, smoother, and visually pleasing to the eye. Yet, it is still marked with the signature of Volkswagen design throughout. You will also notice the new “thinner” logo that will be a part of future Volkswagen models to come.
Inside, we shook things up a bit, Volkswagen refreshed the look, while making it easier to operate common items. The new logo rests on an all-new steering wheel. Controls are designed for better touch and response.
The big story is how Volkswagen integrated more technology under the Car-Net suite of connected services. The 2021 Atlas will get on-board Wi-Fi and wireless charging, both helpful for an Atlas-load of people traveling beyond the Twin Cities.
Standard equipment now includes full LED lighting, Front Assist, and Blind Spot Monitor on all models. Available equipment include heated rear seats, Adaptive Front Lighting System, Volkswagen Digital Cockpit, Lane Assist, Traffic Jam Assist, and Dynamic Road Sign Display.
One major request that Volkswagen responded to is that you can now opt for the 4Motion all-wheel drive system on the 235-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged TSI four-cylinder engine on the 2021 Atlas. As well as, you can also now opt for the four-cylinder engine on higher trim levels for 2021. The 276-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 engine is still available. All the versatility and capability with better fuel economy.
Pricing has already been announced on the 2021 Atlas – starting at $31,545.
Contact us today at Volkswagen of Inver Grove to become one of the first owners of one. Until they arrive, we have a selection of 2019 and 2020 Atlas models available for you to drive today.