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Volkswagen Atlas

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Volkswagen Atlas
VW Atlas SE IMG 0742.jpg
Overview
ManufacturerVolkswagen
Also calledVolkswagen Teramont
Production2017–present
Model years2018–present
Assembly
Body and chassis
ClassMid-size crossover SUV[1][2][3]
Body style5-door SUV
Layout
PlatformVolkswagen Group MQB
RelatedVolkswagen Viloran[4]
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission8-speed automatic
7-speed DSG
Dimensions
Wheelbase117.3 in (2,980 mm)[5]
Length198.3 in (5,040 mm)[6]
195.5 in (4,970 mm) (Cross Sport)[7]
Width78.3 in (1,990 mm)[6]
Height70.0 in (1,780 mm)[6]
67.7 in (1,720 mm) (Cross Sport)
Chronology
PredecessorVolkswagen Routan[8]
Volkswagen Touareg (North America)

The Volkswagen Atlas is a mid-size crossover SUV[9][10][11] manufactured by the German automaker Volkswagen. The Atlas is the largest vehicle produced on the Volkswagen Group MQB platform, and features a transverse mounted inline-four or Volkswagen's narrow angle VR6.[6][12] Developed mainly for the North American and Chinese market, the Atlas for the Americas is produced in the Chattanooga plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States.[13][14] The Atlas is marketed as the Volkswagen Teramont outside North America, including the Middle East,[15] Africa,[16] as well as in Mexico,[17] Russia,[18] and China, where production in Ningbo began in 2017.[19]

Overview

North America (Atlas)

Rear view
Rear view

The Volkswagen CrossBlue previewed the Atlas/Teramont as a concept diesel plug-in-hybrid mid-size crossover SUV in September 2013. The Atlas was introduced at the LA Auto Show in Los Angeles on November 17, 2016.[20] It went on sale in the United States and Canada in May 2017 as a 2018 model year.[21]

Features included in the Atlas are the VW Digital Cockpit, up to 96.8 cubic feet (2.74 m3) of rear cargo space, seventeen total cup holders, a second row bench seat with room for three child safety seats or optional second row captains chairs with room for two child safety seats, a third row seating area that can be accessed with child safety seats still in place, standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity with Volkswagen CarNet and MirrorLink, seven total stability enhancing systems, and available Volkswagen 4Motion four wheel drive system on most models.[22]

Engines

The Atlas has two gasoline engine options in the United States.[23]

Gasoline engines
Model Displacement Series Power Torque Transmission
2.0 FSI 1,984 cc (121.1 cu in) I4 EA113 (CDL) 235 hp (238 PS; 175 kW) 268 lb⋅ft (363 N⋅m) 8-speed automatic
3.6 VR6 FSI 3,597 cc (219.5 cu in) VR6 EA390 (CDVC) 276 hp (280 PS; 206 kW) 266 lb⋅ft (361 N⋅m) 8-speed automatic

Safety

The 2018 Atlas received the IIHS "Top Safety Pick" rating after earning "Good" ratings in all five crashworthiness tests, and a "Superior" rating on the front crash prevention test. This was in January 2018.[24]

Facelift

At the 2020 Chicago Auto Show, Volkswagen unveiled the refreshed Atlas for the model year of 2021. Changes include a new front end, which is based on the Atlas Cross Sport, redesigned wheels, new rear lights, and a new steering wheel.

China (Teramont)

In China, the Teramont was unveiled at the 2016 Guangzhou Auto Show. The Teramont is made in China by the SAIC-Volkswagen joint venture for the Chinese market. The Volkswagen Teramont is available with an 186 hp (189 PS; 139 kW) 2.0-liter TSI, a 220 hp (223 PS; 164 kW) 2.0-liter TSI, or with a 299 hp (303 PS; 223 kW) 2.5-liter V6. All variants are paired to a 7-speed DSG with the 4MOTION all-wheel drive system.[25] The 2.0-liter engines are locally manufactured in China, while the V6 engine is manufactured in Germany and shipped over to the factory in Shanghai. It was developed specifically for the Chinese market where engines above 3.0 liters is subject to heavy excise tax.[26]

Engines

Gasoline engines
Model Displacement Series Power Torque Transmission
2.0 '330 TSI' 1,984 cc (121.1 cu in) I4 EA888 (DPL) 186 PS (183 hp; 137 kW) 320 N⋅m (236 lb⋅ft) 7-speed DSG
2.0 '380 TSI' 1,984 cc (121.1 cu in) I4 EA888 (DKX) 220 PS (217 hp; 162 kW) 350 N⋅m (258 lb⋅ft) 7-speed DSG
2.5 '530 V6' 2,492 cc (152.1 cu in) VR6 EA390 (DPK/DDK) 299 PS (295 hp; 220 kW) 500 N⋅m (369 lb⋅ft) 7-speed DSG

Two-row versions

The Atlas Cross Sport (called Teramont X in China) is a mid-sized crossover SUV based on the Atlas. The 4.91 meter long vehicle has the same wheelbase (2.98 meters) as the Teramont, but has a lower roof and angled rear window to give it a sportier appearance and is only available with two rows of seating instead of three.[27]

North America (Atlas Cross Sport)

The Atlas Cross Sport debuted in North America in early 2020, as a new model for the 2020 model year. Available engines are the same as the original Atlas: a turbocharged four-cylinder and a V6. The Atlas Cross Sport is offered in S, SE, SEL, SEL R-Line, SEL Premium, and SEL Premium R Line trims. The Cross Sport was previewed by the concept CrossBlue Coupe in September 2013.

China (Teramont X)

The Teramont X was unveiled in April 2019 in 2019 Shanghai Auto Show.[28] It positioned as a coupé version of the Teramont in the Chinese market.[29] The engine options is also shared with the standard Teramont, however all Teramont X models have four-wheel drive as standard.[30] It features a different front fascia compared to the North American Atlas Cross Sport.

Production and sales

Year Sales Global
production
United States China[31]
Atlas[32] Teramont/
Teramont X
2016 386[33]
2017 27,119 75,114 129,724[33]
2018 59,677 86,182 166,034[34]
2019 81,508 84,003 183,648[35]

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