Volkswagen has actually widened their collection of Basecamp extras with the Atlas Cross Sport SUV. The vehicle manufacturer currently supplies the bundle when it comes down to Atlas that is standard is available to purchase as individual parts.
The Basecamp package provides the upgrades that are same both Atlas types. The improvement has a two-tone front that is black-and-silver, matte black fender flares with integrated splash guards, a satin silver rear valance, and satin silver side door rocker panels. Air Design produced the physical human body equipment. VW offers a front Basecamp that is quarter-panel-mounted badge the Atlas model. It’s neither available for the Atlas Cross Sport nor sold individually.
Volkswagen does not recommend the styling package for the Atlas trims that are r-Line Peak Edition types. It’s not created for trims that do not have the truck hitch. The Basecamp improvement has 17-inch Traverse MX tires from fifteen52 both for types covered with all-terrain tires. These are generally found in two tones: frosted cup and glorious gold.
The complete equipment costs $2,650 when it comes down to Atlas and $2,774 when it comes down to Atlas Cross Sport. The front and rear valances are $680 each as individual parts. The side door rocker panels cost $769, while the fender flares are $645. The wheels are $315 each.
Volkswagen’s 2019 Atlas Basecamp concept inspired the kit for the two models. It featured traverse that is fifteen52-designed rims and a custom human anatomy equipment from Air Design. It had a good start equipment that increased their top by when it comes to 1.5 ins with H&R springs.
In Might, Volkswagen launched the 2024 Atlas and Atlas Cross Sport’s starting prices. The traditional-looking SUV starts at $39,075, although the sportier variation costs $38,065 (both range from the $1,350 location cost). The costs enhanced through the 2023 product season, together with the car maker incorporating a lot more equipment that is standard like ventilated front seats and a heated steering wheel, and more premium materials for the cabin.
The Atlas is available in six trims, while the Atlas Cross Sport is available in five. The top-tier trim that is r-Line both human body designs begin in excess of $50,000. The business made a change that is big the bonnet for 2024, changing the VR6 with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder motor creating 269 horsepower.