2021 VW Atlas Cross Sport Owner's Manual

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2021 VW Atlas Cross Sport Owner's Manual

Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport – front- or all-wheel drive crossover class “K3”. The first generation of the model. In the U.S. market, the car was officially unveiled on October 11, 2019 at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA.

The name Cross Sport serves as a designation for a slightly shorter version of the Atlas, the design of which has been given a few sporty notes. With the same wheelbase of 2980 mm, this crossover became 71 mm shorter (4966 mm) and 58 mm lower (1720 mm) than its “big brother”. In front, the car is distinguished by narrower optics, enlarged front grille with three horizontal chrome inserts, as well as more aggressive bumper with a silver trapeze below. The glazing line with a slight slope angle leads to a “coupe-like” rear body pillar, which gives a more sporty look to the entire crossover. “The stern” is distinguished by less massive lights, redrawn rear bumper, as well as red insertion almost its entire width.

Interior design has undergone fewer changes: Cross Sport differs by another steering wheel and inserts on the door panels and seats, in addition, there is an opportunity to install wireless charging for smartphone. The location of the second row of seats has not changed, so the amount of space for rear passengers remained the same (the company claims about 1026 mm). But there is less space in the luggage compartment: 1141 liters vs. 1572 liters in standard Atlas (according to American EPA standards); if you fold the back row, the available volume will be 2203 liters (vs. 2741 liters). It is also clear that a third row is not available for the Atlas Cross Sport.

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