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Cars 2021 Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake spotted undisguised

16:40  06 march  2020
16:40  06 march  2020 Source:   autocar.co.uk

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Volkswagen will update its Arteon executive fastback later this year and add a new ' shooting brake ' estate variant to the line-up. Seen undisguised for the first time since Autocar first revealed it was being considered in 2017, the Arteon Shooting Brake retains the low front end and long wheelbase

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Seen undisguised for the first time since Autocar first revealed it was being considered in 2017, the Arteon Shooting Brake retains the low front end and long wheelbase of its saloon sibling, with visual differences limited to its longer roof and upright rear end.

While the Shooting Brake, like the saloon, will closely match its platform-sharing Passat estate sibling in length, width and wheelbase, it will occupy a different segment of the market, with evidently sleeker design cues and a more upmarket interior. The prototype's window line has been disguised to resemble that of the Passat, though it appears to be more curved at the rear.

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It's likely that the current car's infotainment system and control panel – largely shared with other MQB platform-based cars – will make way for the all-new touchscreen-based system that's made its debut in the new Golf.

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The prototype's styling also suggests that the Arteon's facelift will bring only subtle design tweaks. The current car's distinctive crescent-shaped headlights remain, as do its smooth tailgate and clamshell bonnet, but it looks like the updated car will feature reshaped brake lights and a reconfigured front splitter.

Engine options remain unconfirmed, but the Shooting Brake will likely be available with the 2.0-litre petrol and diesel options offered in the saloon, with an optional four-wheel drive system. A hot version from Volkswagen's R brand will arrive later, powered by a 329bhp evolution of the now-familiar EA888 turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder unit.

The Arteon Shooting Brake will be among the last non-electrified new cars launched by Volkswagen, as it shifts focus to expanding its ID electric vehicle family. Late last year, the firm unveiled the ID Space Vizzion as a preview of an all-electric replacement for the Passat estate.

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