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The new Volkswagen Teramont X could show off a redesigned Atlas Cross Sport.

Volkswagen has changed the look of its Teramont X crossover in China. The new-look could be a preview of the U.S. Atlas Cross Sport. Volkswagen gives the Teramont X a big design boost by giving it a new front end and adding new tech and features. Follw Stoptechy to latest news.

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The crossover gets a new gloss-black grille, headlights, and lower intake opening. The redesigned LED matrix headlights connected by a new ambient light bar that runs across the grille. Even the V.W. logo now lights up. A Volkswagen’s windows, roof, and doors have black trim with a high gloss. The crossover also gets red brake calipers and gloss-black wheels.

The back of the car also gets a new look, with new black trim around the new taillights. The back bumper has a black spoiler and a black trim piece. A new V.W. badge glows red. Matching the logo on the front grille and giving the back of the car a bit more style. Volkswagen doesn’t say anything about changes to the powertrain. The crossover still be powered by the same engines it now.

Features of Volkswagen Teramont X

The redesign of the crossover brings out the model’s sporty side even more. It could be a sneak peek at a redesign of the Atlas Cross Sport in the U.S. In the U.S., the current Atlas Cross Sport came out late in 2019. The 2020 model year. However, V.W. showed off earlier in 2019 in China as the Teramont X. Now that the new Teramont X for China shown off. A new Atlas Cross Sport might soon break cover for North America.

Even though the Atlas Cross Sport looks sporty, it has the same 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder and 3.6-liter V6 as the regular Atlas. The 2.0-liter engine makes 235 horsepower (175 kilowatts) and 349 Newton-meters of torque (258 pound-feet). The V6 engine makes 276 horsepower (205 kW) and 266 lb-ft of torque (360 Nm). The front wheels turned by an eight-speed automatic that works with both engines.

Even though the current Atlas Cross Sport is only a couple of years old, people keep buying bigger cars like crossovers, and Volkswagen needs to keep up with the times and stay competitive. Volkswagen hasn’t said if or when it might redesign the Atlas Cross Sport, but we’ll be on the lookout.



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