2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport SE V6 Overview
The Volkswagen Atlas was introduced in 2018 as an American-built three-row family-sized crossover SUV with a spacious interior in three rows and comfortable seating for seven adults. It is based on the award-winning Modular Transverse Matrix (MOB) architecture, and it is the largest, most dynamic Volkswagen vehicle ever assembled in America. It is built alongside the Passat at VW’s Chattanooga, TN assembly plant.
There are a variety of trim level choices, with two engines to choose from and one may choose either a FWD configuration or VW’s 4Motion all-wheel-drive system for select models.
Engine choices include a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged four-cylinder engine or a 3.6-liter V-6. Motive force for both is geared to the driving wheels via an 8-speed automatic transmission with a clutch-pack center, differential, adaptive torque distribution, and Driving Mode selection, consisting of Onroad, Snow, Off-road, and Custom Off-road settings. Within the “On-road” setting, additional options are offered: Normal, Sport, Comfort, and Individual, which alter operating parameters for drive systems like the engine, transmission, steering, and Adaptive Cruise Control, as well as traction-assistance systems such as Hill Descent Assist and Hill Start Assist.
Trim levels or models include: the base S, SE, SE with Technology package, SEL, and the flagship SEL Premium. A new trim Has been introduced this year – the 2020 Atlas Cross Sport – a two-row, five-passenger version with upgraded infotainment software.
We’ll review here the 2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport V6 SE 4MOTION with Technology R-Line