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Volkswagen Arteon

Slotting in above the Passat in the lineup, the Volkswagen Arteon is Vdub's latest four-door flagship. The five-seat vehicle is a spiritual successor to the CC, with a long wheelbase and a swooping fastback-style roofline for added interior room. It's powered by an array of six turbocharged four-cylinder engines, varying in output from 148 to 276 hp and available with a seven-speed DSG transmission. 4Motion all-wheel-drive is standard on the most premium models, as is a heads-up display and a robust infotainment system with a 9.2-inch screen. Available in base, Elegance, and R-Line guises, it goes on sale later this year.

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