A concept of a new car does not always have to futuristic. The concept of a car can also appear practical as shown by Volkswagen Atlas Basecamp Concept. The concept first appears in public at the 2019 New York Auto Show shows the ability of the Volkswagen Atlas to support outdoor activities ranging from camping to cycling in the wild.
In order to craft the best out of this concept, Volkswagen of America Inc. asked one of their designers who worked at the California Volkswagen Design Center, Alex Earle. The man who works as Volkswagen’s Exterior Design Manager is known to be very fond of mountain bike sports.
This car gives a strong impression for anyone who wants to go anywhere and do anything. The ability of this car is very supportive of all your activities in the wild.
The SUV rides on fifteen52 Traverse MX Concept wheels enveloped by 265/70 R17 off-road tires on every one of the four corners. The custom body pack is planned via Air Design and there’s likewise an H&R lift unit with a curl over springs raising the stature by about 1.5 inches.
Other extra highlights incorporate rough terrain LED light bars, a rooftop rack framework with bicycle holders, and protective interior from Volkswagen.
Volkswagen Atlas Basecamp Concept is still using the standard Volkswagen Atlas car body as the base. It’s just that they provide a blend of two special colors namely gray and black with a doff touch. In addition to the touch of orange accents in some parts of the car, the body makes it look exotic.
Power originates from a 3.6-liter VR6 motor with 276 strength (206 kilowatts) combined with an eight-speed programmed gearbox and Volkswagen’s 4Motion all-wheel-drive framework.
In order to make things much all the more intriguing, the concept is supported with a HIVE EX reduced endeavor trailer with coordinating haggles. The mini camper features a queen-size bed, a small kitchen, and tanks for water and propane. This car is also equipped with a running tent that can be used at any time.