The Volkswagen Arteon previously announced by the company to be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in just a couple of weeks now has two teaser images.
In the images we see the front and rear of the Volkswagen Arteon, designs that are similar to the current model Volkswagen CC, which the Arteon is expected to replace. This will place the new car above the Passat where the CC previously resided.
Volkswagen say that this new model combines “avant-garde design with a high level of versatility” and this “resulted in an interior architecture which is exceptionally spacious.”
“Key design features include a completely new front end with LED and daytime running light merging with the chrome-plated crossbars of the radiator grille and the bonnet.”
This new vehicle will have the latest generation of driver assistance systems that can already be found on the 2017 Volkswagen Golf models. It’s also expected that the Arteon will have the same gesture-controlled infotainment system from the new Golf range as well.
The new design language for the Volkswagen Arteon could show a new direction for the carmaker's luxury cars. We'll be on the ground at Geneva Motor Show bringing you the latest photos and videos from the event.