At the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, Volkswagen is set to debut the Arteon, the company’s new premium midsize sedan that will be positioned above the Passat and is set to replace the CC fastback.
In the run-up to its public debut next month, Volkswagen has released two teaser images of the Arteon that show the design of the car’s LED headlights and taillights.
From the teaser photos above, it appears that the front end of the fastback sedan looks completely different from the design of other Volkswagen models. The LED headlamps and daytime running lights merge together with the horizontal bars of the grille. In the rear, the Arteon carries subtle spoiler and sleek, narrow taillights with rectangular lighting signatures.
Equipment features making their debut in the Arteon include the latest generation of driver assistance systems, says the automaker. The interior is expected to be exceptionally spacious as well, with ample head and legroom for all the seats.
We’ll share with you more details once it is officially unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show next month so do keep a lookout if you want to find out more info!