To get started, we’ll head under the hood and check out what powers the VW Atlas Cross Sport.
The standard 2.0L 4-cylinder engine puts out 235 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. Looking for a bit more oomph? The available 3.6L V6 engine produces 276 horsepower and 266 lb-ft of torque capability.
The 4MOTION® with Active Control system provides you with advanced traction and stability control, which is especially helpful during those icy winter commutes or for drivers who crave off-roading adventure. With the simple turn of a dial, you’ll have the ability to toggle between four available all-wheel-drive modes:
With all that power, you’re going to need a plethora of driver-assistive safety features designed to act as a second set of eyes on the road ahead.
The VW Atlas Cross Sport certainly delivers on that front with:
The Rear View Camera provides you with a clear view of what’s going on behind you, so you don’t have to worry about accidentally bumping into other cars or objects when you’re backing up or parallel parking. The wide lens provides optimal visibility.
In the event of a crash where your airbags deploy, the ICRS will turn off the fuel pump, unlock the doors, and activate the hazard lights. It responds, so you don’t have to.
This feature will apply braking pressure when it senses a collision in order to help reduce the chance of any additional impacts.
This feature help you maintain proper air pressure in your tires. It will alert you when it senses that any of them are getting a bit low.
The VW Atlas Cross Sport helps you maintain traction, thanks to the Electronic Brake-pressure Distribution and Electronic Stability Control.
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