The Volkswagen Arteon just hit the road for the first time in 2019, meaning the 2020 model year will launch as the first update to the new model. Just the same, that newness means many haven’t heard of or even seen the Arteon yet. For them, the 2020 Arteon is another chance for a good first impression. Read on to learn more about what makes the 2020 Volkswagen Arteon what it is.
What Kind of Car is the Volkswagen Arteon?
The Volkswagen Arteon is the car North America gets after the discontinuation of the CC, so if that model is familiar to you, you will notice some similarities. It’s a large luxury family sedan, so you’ll find ample space for head, leg, arm, and hip room in the front and back. The interior is styled like you would expect for a German-made luxury car, like an analog clock, wraparound vent design, and leather seats on most trim levels. One thing that has drawn in many fans is available 4MOTION® all-wheel drive.
How Much Does the Volkswagen Arteon Cost?
Looking forward to the 2020 model year, the Arteon will have a starting MSRP of $35,995. Chances are, though, that most will go big or go home—or in this case, go expensive or go home—since this is a luxury vehicle. The 2019 Arteon sold best on the SEL Premium R-Line trim level with 4MOTION® all-wheel drive, the biggest price tag, so you can expect to see the 2020 move a lot of units for $10,000 more than the starting MSRP.
2020 Volkswagen Arteon Technology Features
Moving into the new decade, technological features are becoming more and more vital to car shoppers, so we put together the following list to show some of the high-tech features you can find available on the 2020 Volkswagen Arteon
- MIB II Touchscreen Infotainment System
- Android Auto™, Apple CarPlay®, and MirrorLink® Compatibility
- Digital Cockpit, featuring a customizable digital instrument cluster display
- Dynaudio® 700-Watt, 12-Speaker Premium Sound System
- Three-zone Climatronic® Automatic Climate Control Standard
- And More!