The new Volkswagen Amarok is ready for market launch.
The pick-up, in its new version, was designed to be extremely robust and to represent a working tool on wheels, driven by turbo engines that are as powerful as they are efficient and with two different four-wheel drive systems.
Look at the photos
Look at the photos
On board, depending on the trim level, more than 25 assistance systems, displays up to 12.3 inches, a mix of digital and analogue controls and high-quality materials that allow the pick-up to take a significant step forward compared to to the previous model, already a blockbuster thanks to over 830,000 units sold.
Numbers in hand, thanks to a payload of up to 1.19 tonnes, a towable weight of 3.5 tonnes, as well as an even more functional cargo box, the new Amarok is capable of tackling numerous tasks, both professional as well as in your free time.
With its new traction, driving assistance and control actuation systems, the typical robustness of a pick-up and the multi-variable cargo box, the second generation Amarok also presents itself as a vehicle with a renewed design, in addition and as a cutting-edge and versatile work tool for all the needs of professionals.
Designed by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles to take on any road, in Europe and many other parts of the world the Amarok comes as standard with all-wheel drive, rather than simple rear-wheel drive.
Up to five efficient four- and six-cylinder turbo engines provide the necessary power for any task, whether professional or private.
The new Amarok is also available in five equipment versions.
These are the Amarok, Life and Style lines, as well as the top-of-the-range PanAmericana (Offroad Styling) versions, which however are not planned for the Italian market, and Aventura (Exclusive Styling).
The new Amarok was designed as a four-door pickup with a double cab (DoubleCab) and, for markets outside Europe, as a two-door single cab (SingleCab).
The launch of the new Amarok, produced in South Africa, is already scheduled for the end of the year in some countries.
The bulk of the markets will follow in 2023. Over the course of next summer, the new pick-up will then be available to order in almost all countries relevant to this specific model.