Volkswagen unveiled its new atlas.
The concept includes a variety of accessories from the German company.
He gets a kit to lift suspension and fresh wheels (with any rubber surface).
Delicate exterior badging.
The delegation caravan is packed with plenty of features.
Meet the Volkswagen Basecamp Atlas Concept, a car show featuring custom body parts, suspension lift kit, bespoke wheels (complete with all surface tires), roof rack with bike mounts and even off-road light bars.
To make its debut at the 2019 New York International Auto Show (before the proper go for the 2019 SEMA Show), the Basecamp Concept is the initiative of Alex Earl, director of exterior design at the Volkswagen Design Center in California (and racer enthusiast).
Using Atlas SEL Premium as the base, the Basecamp concept is painted with a mixture of "platinum gray" and "black june", with matt finish and a fraction of orange accents. The power comes from a standard 3.6 liter VR6 engine, driving all four wheels using eight-speed automatic transmission.
A set of "15ft" Transverse MX Concept Wheels are used, wrapped in a rubber R17 265/70 all terrain. Other accessories include Air Design custom body kit, H & R lifting kit (with coilover springs that raise the ride height around 38 mm), Slimline II front roof system (with bicycle holders), LED components outside The road (front and rear), as well as various protective additions.
The Basecamp Concept is along with a off-road capable Hive EX compact compact mission, featuring matching wheels and tires. The appartment is equipped with a queen-size bed, a removable canopy and a kitchenette, the latter with an oven, a sink and a freezer / freezer. Other integrated features include self water tank, propane tank, portable toilet, hot shower and removable leveling jacks …