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2021 Volkswagen Arteon driving along a body of water

What does the 2021 Volkswagen Arteon look like?

2021 VW Arteon Interior, Exterior and Drive Video Compilation

Volkswagen considers the Arteon their brand halo, so it makes sense that the automaker has bestowed a hefty load of love on the machine for 2021. The main updates fall on both its lovely design and its cutting-edge technology.

Words can only convey so much, however. Wondering what the 2021 Arteon looks like on the inside, outside and on the road? Wonder no more: check out the sleek videos below from Volkswagen that showcase the 2021 Arteon in all its glory. We’ve already done the work of compiling them for your viewing pleasure!

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Look through the window at the cockpit of a 2021 Volkswagen Arteon

What new tech features are included on the 2021 Volkswagen Arteon?

New Technology on the 2021 Volkswagen Arteon

The 2021 model year brings a host of new technology and style updates to the Volkswagen Arteon, both inside and out. In this post, we’re here to give you a tour of the tech side of things. So come along, tech-geeks, and let’s learn: what fresh and exciting technology elements can be experienced in the 2021 Volkswagen Arteon?

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Volkswagen 4MOTION drivetrain

Is VW 4MOTION® full-time all-wheel drive?

Volkswagen 4MOTION® Full-Time Vs. Part-Time AWD

More and more modern vehicles are offering all-wheel drive systems these days. As Americans gobble up the idea of off-roading and adventurous, capable utility vehicles, automakers are acceding to the market’s demands by including smart all-wheel drive systems.

There’s already the whole thing regarding the difference between four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive, but even when you get into which of these categories a system falls into, the system can fall under either a full-time or part-time variation. We know Volkswagen 4MOTION® is all-wheel drive, but is it full-time all-wheel drive?

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Blue 2022 Volkswagen Golf R

What does the 2022 Volkswagen Golf R look like?

2022 Volkswagen Golf R Global Reveal and Overview

After two decades of Golf R models zipping along the surface of planet Earth, Volkswagen is about to kick off a new generation of its hottest hatch. Driving acolytes the world over are excited about the extreme performance capabilities our favorite automaker has promised their new ride will provide.

With 315 horsepower, 310 pound-feet of torque, and a 0 to 62 mph time of just 4.7 seconds, the 2022 Golf R is the most powerful hot hatch Volkswagen has made thus far. To get a full overview of what this model looks like and can accomplish, check out our reveal video below. Happy zooming!

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View from above of a Volkswagen ID.4

Will the Volkswagen ID.4 have free charging access?

Three Years of Free Charging for VW ID.4 Owners at Electrify America Stations

Automakers are commencing a sizable push for electric vehicles, rolling out a slew of the models in the increasingly near future. Volkswagen is not exempt from the frenzy, having recently released its exciting ID.4 electric SUV for pre-orders. Soon, VW hopes, many drivers will make the switch to an EV; preferably theirs.

However, one factor that tends to hold prospective EV buyers back is something called “range anxiety.” What is VW doing to alleviate range anxiety with its ID.4?

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