VOLKSWAGEN ATLAS TANOAK
VOLKSWAGEN GROUP, ESPECIALLY ITS FLAGSHIP BRAND, IS WORKING HARD IN THE U.S. MARKET. THAT IS THE REASON WHY IT HAS DEVELOPED A MODEL FOCUSED ON THAT COUNTRY’S PREFERENCES. PICKUP TRUCKS HAVE BEEN LONG USED BY YOUNGSTERS TO CARRY THEIR BIKES AND SMALL BOATS, AS WELL AS SMALL ENTREPRENEURS THAT USE THEM TO MOVE TOOLS AND TRANSPORT THEIR FAMILY. With the aim set on that market niche, Volkswagen introduces a prototype with a 5.44 m-long, 1.84 m-high and 2.03 m-wide pickup body. Although it is bigger than Amarok, it is included in the middle range of trucks marketed in the United States. Anyway, Volkswagen Atlas Tanoak is an excellent example of the German carmaker’s new pickup trucks. As a curious element, we can mention that Volkswagen’s new pickup, Tanoak, is a tree that grows on the Pacific Ocean coast of North America and can go up to 45 m.