Volkswagen Amarok Edition announced, limited to 300 examples

Volkswagen has unveiled a special edition version of the Amarok pick-up, called the Amarok Edition.

Based on the Trendline specification, it offers more style and exclusivity, with just 300 vehicles available to UK customers.

The Amarok edition’s design features include 18-inch Durban alloy wheels, a black side step, black styling bars across the load area, rear privacy glass and special edition decals.

Part of the whole deal are alsofront and rear parking sensors, a protective coating for the load area, interior floor mats, Bluetooth connectivity and satellite navigation with a five-inch colour touchscreen as standard.

The Amarok edition comes exclusively with top of the range 2.0-litre BiTDI with 180 horsepower and 420 Nm of torque, offering maximum towing capacity of up to 3,200 kg. The engine can be linked to either six-speed manual transmission with selectable 4MOTION, or eight-speed automatic transmission with permanent 4MOTION.

The automatic version comes with BlueMotion Technology, which includes low rolling-resistance tyres, start/stop system and regenerative braking.

Two colours are offered for the limited edition: Reflex Silver, with black door mirror covers, or Deep Black, with silver door mirrors.

Prices start from £22,495 plus VAT for the manual and rise to £24,225 plus VAT for the automatic.


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