Prices start at £ 37,000 or under.
Only 370 examples of the latest, high-spec Volkswagen Arteon R-Line Version. With prices starting at £ 36,850, it will be available in the UK. The top-of-the-range, limited-edition car given extra equipment. Because it includes features that boost the dynamic versatility and protection of the vehicle.
The newcomer, first announced last month, goes straight into the Arteon line-up’s peak. As it distinguished by its Moonstone Grey paintwork as well as the matching black roof and door mirror housings. Black 20-inch alloy wheels are a gift, too.
But the exterior features are not the only modifications that distinguish the R-Line Version. Dynamic suspension control mounted under the skin. Incorporating adjustable dampers with selectable and customizable driving modes. Keyless entry was also fitted with a 360-degree maneuvering camera. This provides a bird’s-eye view of the surroundings of the vehicle.
Then there is the driver support equipment which includes parking assistance. And you get blind-spot control that warns the driver to anything over their eyes at the blind spots.
In addition to the regular R-Line product. This includes a digital instrument cluster, a 9.2-inch satellite touchscreen navigation panel and sporty R-Line bodywork, all this fits in.
Nappa leather seats come as standard, too. While LED headlights to adorn the car’s nose, featuring a “poor weather mode” designed to ensure “optimum vision in weather-impaired conditions.”
Volkswagen says that if they added to a standard R-Line vehicle. The accessories built into the R-Line Edition would cost £ 4,755. The special version. Though, it is just £ 845 more expensive than the R-Line which sits in the list below.
When it comes to ranges. The R-Line version comes with a variety of engines ranging from 188 bhp to 268 bhp. The entry-level price would give you 2-liter gasoline with the previous power output. Even though you can spend a little more on a 2-liter diesel with equivalent capacity. The diesel engine is also available with the four-wheel-drive should you want to spend the £ 1,530 extra on that option as well.