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Amarok now boasts a new design and technologies

It will be available with two different all-wheel systems, rear-wheel drive and boast more than 30 driver assistant systems.

Designed and conceived in Germany and Australia, the new Amarok will claim its place at the top of the pick-up B segment.

The new Amarok will be wider and longer offering more space than the current derivative. The payload is also increasing to 1.2 tonnes with a maximum towing capacity of 3.5 tonnes.

Dependent on engine/gearbox variant and market, the engines available will be one petrol and up to four different diesels with four to six cylinders and cubic capacity of 2.0 to 3.0 litres – optionally with rear-wheel drive, or on-demand or permanent all-wheel drive.

A great array of preconfigured driving modes with multiple levels assists the driver, including in non-everyday situations. Enhanced safety, meanwhile, is provided by more than 30 driver assist systems, over 20 of which are completely new to the Amarok.

“For the new generation, we have significantly modified the Amarok’s archetypal design. It is now unambiguously more expressive and once again appreciably more impressive,” said Albert Kirzinger, head of design at Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, summarising the result.

With its intuitive controls, digital cockpit and tablet-style infotainment display, the Amarok’s interior has a functional, high-quality appearance.

It will be launched at the end of 2022.

Source: MotorPress

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