Volkswagen is expected to unveil the new Amarok later this year.
Volkswagen has released another teaser image showing the next-generation Amarok pickup’s massive touchscreen infotainment system, which was based on the Ford Ranger and has a portrait orientation. While the rest of its interior features unique styling cues, the touchscreen infotainment system appears to be straight from the Ford Ranger.
(Also read: Volkswagen announces global recall of more than 1 million hybrid cars due to fire risk)
The 2023 Volkswagen Amarok’s infotainment touchscreen takes up most of the center console and measures 10-12 inches in diameter, depending on trim level. This is a design philosophy adopted by Volkswagen that is very similar to Ford. Expect the touchscreen display to offer plenty of connectivity features and a wide range of features. The screen will integrate climate control, navigation, online services, brilliant assistant, multimedia control and car settings.
The image also shows that the large, portrait-style infotainment touchscreen is surrounded by air vents that are slightly different from the Ford Ranger thanks to their angular shape. Physical shortcut buttons below the infotainment system are new to the 2023 Amarok. They have an airplane style design. The latest teaser also shows the 2023 Volkswagen Amarok steering wheel with integrated buttons and an illuminated emblem.
Volkswagen also said that in addition to this large touchscreen infotainment system, the new Amarok pickup will be equipped with a fully digital instrument panel, IQ.Light Matrix LED technology, more than 30 ADAS, 10-way electrically adjustable seats and a premium interior sound system. class cabin.
If we talk about the power unit, then the 2023 Volkswagen Amarok will be available in variants with a gasoline and diesel engine. There will be one gasoline and four diesel engines with a volume of 2.0 to 3.0 liters. The new Amarok will have a load capacity of 3.5 tons and a load capacity of up to 1.2 tons. It is expected to debut by the end of this year.
Date of first publication: June 11, 2022, 11:15 am IST