Volkswagen introduced its new Atlas Basecamp concept.
The concept offers a range of accessories from a German company.
Get a suspension kit and fresh wheels (with rubber for all terrain).
Subtle external mark.
An expedition trailer has many features.
Get to know the Volkswagen Atlas Basecamp concept, an exhibition car with customized body parts, a suspension suspension kit, made bikes (including terrain tires), a roof rack with cycling carriers and even field light rods.
The Basecamp concept will be presented at the International Motor Show in New York in 2019 (before moving appropriately on the SEMA 2019), with the concept of Alex Earle, the designer of the outside design at the Volkswagen Design Center in California (and an enthusiastic cyclist).
With the Atlas SEL Premium base system, the Basecamp concept is painted in a mixture of "Platinum Gray" and "Black Uni", complete with matte finish and low orange accents. Power comes from a standard 3.6-liter VR6 engine that drives all four wheels through the 8-speed automatic transmission.
A set of fifteen tracks of the Traverse MX Concept, which is wrapped in all 265/70 R17 tires, is used. Accessories include the Custom Design Kit, the H & R suspension kit (with auxiliary springs that raise a height of about 38 mm), the roof rack system at the front Runner Slimline II (together with bicycle holders), off-road LED bars front and rear), as well as various protective interior accessories.
The Basecamp concept is combined with a compact expedition trailer Hive EX, which is suitable for driving on the road, with suitable wheels and tires. The motorhome is equipped with a double bed, a folding canopy and a kitchenette equipped with a stove, washbasin and a refrigerator / freezer. Other integrated features include a stand-alone water tank, a propane tank, portable toilet, hot shower and removable baling supports …