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Includes turbo 2.0L engine with an eight-speed auto and front-wheel drive, 18-inch alloy wheels, automatic LED headlights, heated front seats, VW Car-Net® vehicle health and diagnostics system, and more.
Adds digital cockpit in place of driver gauges, eight-inch infotainment screen, power side mirrors with memory, automatic high beams, leather seats, panoramic sunroof, and more.
Adds R-Line exclusive interior and exterior enhancements, 20-inch polished wheels, rain-sensing wipers, performance monitor, heated front seats, and more.
Unlocks standard all-wheel drive, 20-inch gloss black wheels, massaging driver's seat, heated/ventilated front seats, Harman Kardon® premium audio system, adaptive lighting, and more.
The shape of the 2020 VW Arteon increases the rear cargo room, with 27.2 cu-ft of cargo space behind the rear seats—more space than the average sedan. Fold the rear seats down and the Arteon's cargo space jumps to 56.2 cu-ft, comparable to a compact crossover. This means you can easily carry sports gear, bulky bags, or your latest shopping finds.
The 2020 VW Arteon R-Line adds swagger to an already attractive package. The R-Line adds a sportier front bumper and grille, rear spoiler, stitching on the steering wheel and shift knob, paddle shifters, and black headliner. Whether you want to enhance your commute, stand out in the parking lot, or just add some pizzazz to your day-to-day errands, the R-Line is a great choice.
The capability of a modern AWD system can get you to work in all kinds of weather. Fortunately, all trims of the 2020 VW Arteon offer optional AWD—except the top-tier SEL Premium R-Line, where AWD is standard. On top of this, you'll get a slightly more engaging driving experience, with the AWD providing extra grip on fun mountain roads.
On the 2020 Arteon, you can drive with the peace of mind offered by VW's IQ.DRIVE suite of driver-assistance features. Every drive gives confidence, with automated emergency braking and blind-spot monitoring. Optional features include adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist.
The 2020 VW Arteon has adaptive suspension as standard on all trim levels. This cool tech feature adjusts the car's performance and handling to meet your driving style. Or you can just select Comfort, Normal, or Sport mode whenever the mood strikes you.
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The 2020 Volkswagen Arteon is nearly the same length and height as the VW Passat, but the Arteon has a longer wheelbase. The Arteon is also a couple of inches wider, contributing to its low, sporty look.
The sole transmission in the 2020 Volkswagen Arteon is an eight-speed automatic. This is an excellent transmission for quick shifts in city driving and low engine speed on the highway. This transmission drives the front wheels as standard and is also fitted to AWD Arteon models.
While the 2020 VW Arteon looks impressive inside and out, it is not technically a luxury car. The Arteon interior is finished with upscale materials, offering a quiet ride and plenty of power. The closest descriptor is probably “near-luxury," featuring fine craftsmanship and design elements without all the opulence of a luxury vehicle.
It's hidden well behind sleek lines, but the VW Arteon is a hatchback. However, this isn't like the tiny subcompact hatches you're used to seeing—the Arteon has long lines and what appears to be a traditional trunk, until it lifts up to offer huge storage capacity.
Deep Black Pearl
Manganese Gray Metallic
Pyrite Silver Metallic
Getting into the 2020 Volkswagen Arteon, you'll see how it's the small details that make all the difference—starting with the large and comfortable seating, with design elements that mix sport and luxury. You can feel the large amount of space, with 41.2 inches of legroom and 38 inches of headroom.
Leatherette surfaces and brushed aluminum accents cover the dash, with long horizontal lines running the length. One cool visual element of the 2020 Arteon is how the air vents mimic this look, making the essential equipment blend completely into the artful design. The digital gauges behind the steering wheel are bright and easy to read, as is the prominently displayed eight-inch infotainment screen, featuring the right amount of buttons so you don't have to take your eyes off the road. It's topped by a fancy analog clock. The center console between the front seats is wide, with an impressive amount of hidden storage. The 2020 VW Arteon R-Line interior adds paddle shifters, contrast stitching, and a black headliner.
The 2020 Volkswagen Arteon interior seats five adults comfortably. Alternatively, you can fit two child seats in the rear seating area. While there is a third center seat, due to the deep sporty design of the seats and large side bolstering, adding two child seats makes the center seat only available for occupants without a child seat, or only those using a booster seat.
The rear left and right seats accept LATCH car seats, infant car seats, rear-facing convertible car seats, forward-facing convertible car seats, and booster car seats. The outer two rear seats have ISOFIX guides, making connecting a cinch. The tether points on the rear of the seats are easy to find and connect to. The 2020 VW Arteon makes hauling kids and all their stuff an easy everyday task.
2020 Volkswagen Arteon horsepower tops out at 268 hp at 5,500 rpm, while the max torque is 258 lb-ft at just 1,950 rpm, making acceleration a breeze. All this comes from a turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder engine, standard at all Arteon trim levels. The engine connects to a smart eight-speed automatic transmission for shifting duties, although you can do it yourself with the R-Line's paddle shifters.
Power transfers to the front wheels, with optional all-wheel drive. The AWD Arteon is good for a zero to 60 time of 6 seconds, while FWD models need 6.5 seconds to reach 60 mph. The 2020 VW Arteon completes a quarter-mile in approximately 14.5 seconds, on its way to a theoretical top speed of 149 mph (all according to the manufacturer, when new).
The 2020 Volkswagen Arteon gets an EPA-estimated 23 mpg combined for AWD models, and an EPA-estimated 25 mpg combined for FWD models.
2019-present Volkswagen Arteon (first generation)
The Volkswagen Arteon debuted in North America in 2019, and it stayed essentially the same for 2020. Some minor trim differences with the 2019 Arteon are smaller 18-inch wheels on the SEL model, and 19-inch wheels on the SEL Premium R-Line. As a bonus for the 2019 Arteon, this was the last year of Volkswagen's six-year/72,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty.
The 2021 Volkswagen Arteon gained interior and exterior upgrades. The 2021-present VW Arteon features revised bumpers and headlights, different wheels, and the new VW logo. King's Red offers a pop of color to the paint options, while the R-Line has Oryx White and Lapiz Blue. Inside, look for subtle upgrades like touch-sensitive controls and adjustable ambient lighting. 2022 models have performance improvements, with the 2.0L engine pumped up to 300 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque, and a new seven-speed dual-clutch transmission for faster shifting. Plus, AWD is now standard on the Arteon SEL R-Line for 2022.
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