Life’s as big as you make it.
Introducing the all-new
Atlas

Introducing the all-new

Atlas
Life's as big as you make it.

Early production model shown. Color for display only; may not be available on all models.
Early production model shown. Color for display only; may not be available on all models.
Early production model shown. Color for display only; may not be available on all models.
Early production model shown. Color for display only; may not be available on all models.
Early production model shown. Color for display only; may not be available on all models.
Early production model shown. Color for display only; may not be available on all models.
Early production model shown. Color for display only; may not be available on all models.
Early production model shown. Color for display only; may not be available on all models.

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Three rows is never a crowd. Check out easy third-row access

Forward thinking. Straight ahead.

Go big. And then go home.

With the all-new 7-passenger Atlas, we thought bigger than we ever thought before. So feel free to load it up. It’s already packed with some of our biggest ideas.

Now seating rows 1 - 3

Leave no man, woman, or child behind with seating for seven. The third row in the Atlas is roomy enough for family, teammates, and friends.

Cargo space

Families have things. Lots of things. The Atlas was designed to handle them with up to 96.8 cubic feet of cargo space with the second- and third-row seats folded down, which can be configured specifically to help haul your belongings.

Easy third-row access

The second row of the Atlas has a lever that folds and slides the seats forward for easy access to the third row. This allows you to leave an empty child safety seat in place while everyone else piles into the third row.

No work. All play.

The Atlas is filled with lots of features that help you get to where you’re going. And it can keep passengers thoroughly entertained along the way. Let the good times roll.

Early production model shown.
Volkswagen Digital Cockpit

This will go over big with everyone. The available 12.3" Active Information Display lets you see important information—your speed, estimated fuel consumption, Driver Assistance settings, and even a navigation display. Heads up, technology advancing.

We’ve made the peace of mind big, too.

Nine available Driver Assistance features can come with you on every road trip, to every soccer game, or out for every night on the town. Here are some of the highlights.1

  • “They will be well positioned to establish themselves as a serious player in the segment.1

     

  • “They will be well positioned to establish themselves as a serious player in the segment.1

     

  • “Stylish, versatile and, most importantly, big, there’s a lot to like about the 
new midsize SUV.”

    — NY Daily News

     

     

  • “Giving it some distinction among its established competitors are a body-side crease that rises over the wheels and standard LED headlamps underscored by LED daytime running lights.”

    — Car & Driver, 10/16

     

  • “The second row’s folding system works even with child seats installed, granting easy access to the third.”

    — Road & Track, 10/16

     

  • “At 198.3 inches long, 77.9 inches wide and 69.6 inches high, the Atlas is also just more in every direction.”

    — Road & Track, 10/16

     

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