Volkswagen has actually disclosed new details about the 2014 Volkswagen Amarok Pickup Power concept after its debut at the WÃ¶rthersee. The concept looks aggressive and very strong, and what makes it various from the existing model are aggressive front bumper, customized grille and bi-xenon headlights. This pickup has a broad chassis, unique payload location and twin tailpipes. Other details consist of a diffuse made from carbon fiber, the distance from the ground minimized to 80 mm, and 22-inch alloy wheels.
At the front we discover bi-xenon fronts lights with chrome surround and chrome grille and some visibly enlarged lower air consumption. At the rear there is also a carbon fiber diffuser and dual exhausts, with colored taillights and red, white and black side decals. Among other functions, and 80 mm reduced suspension and 22″ wheels made of light alloys.
The interior brings Nubuck leather seats, premium audio system and infotainment system with 8″ display. Control panel and seats are done in a combination of black, white and red and a touch screen, and complements the 500 watt subwoofer.
For driving charge 3.0 L V6 TDI engine that develops 272ks and 600 nm torque and mated to eight-speed automatic transmission and 4MOTION all-wheel and acceleration from 0 to 100km / h takes 7.9 seconds.
The single-cab concept has been reduced 3.2 inches and trips on 22-inch wheels and tires. Other attributes include extended wheel arcs, bi-xenon headlamps, chrome grille, bigger air consumption, dual exhaust and a carbon-fiber diffuser.
The cockpit is rendered in black, white and red, with leather-trimmed seats and door panels, plus an infotainment system with an 8-inch touchscreen and a 500-watt subwoofer.
The Amarok is built in Argentina and Germany and is offered throughout the world, except in North America.
It should be said that Volkswagen provided at the same occasion and Golf model “Design Vision GTI”.