The Volkswagen Amarok Dark Label particular version has been confirmed and detailed for the Australian marketplace, forward of an area release in April.
Limited to 500 devices nationally, the Dark Label is located between the Highline and Ultimate variants of the German ute, even though pricing is but to be confirmed.
Specification highlights come with ‘Vienna’ leather-based trim, heated entrance seats, a matte black sports activities bar and aspect steps, black wheel arch flares, particular 18-inch anthracite alloy wheels, and a complete black inner together with the headliner and pillar trims.
Under the bonnet is the three.Zero-litre V6 turbo-diesel shared with different Amarok variants, along side more than a few fashions from the Audi and Porsche stables.
Outputs are rated at 165kW and 550Nm, with energy leaping to 180kW on overboost for brief sessions. Drive is distributed to an enduring four-wheel force device by means of an eight-speed automated transmission.
The affirmation of the Amarok Dark Label for our marketplace comes after the particular version used to be first proven eventually 12 months’s Frankfurt motor display, entire with ‘Indium Grey’ matte paint and two tunes of the V6 turbo-diesel – for the European marketplace no less than.
Once once more, Volkswagen has some combating phrases hidden in its unencumber concerning the special-edition ute, with native director for industrial cars, Carlos Santos, taking purpose on the upcoming Mercedes-Benz X-Class.
“We’ve heard about this Mercedes-Benz collaboration with Nissan,” he stated, “Don’t worry – the Amarok is not about to be left behind by the X-Class.”
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