Built on the same MQB chassis architecture, the 2022 Volkswagen Atlas will majorly be a carryover model, apart from some feature upgrades, since it received a complete refresh last year with updated front and rear fascias, an increase in length by 3-inches, updated interiors, and trim levels. Priced at an MSRP of $33,475, the 2022 Atlas now comes in just six trim levels. The SE trim now gets an 8-inch digital instrument cluster, whereas the new R-Line Black Package gets black exterior accents, and also black 20-inch wheels.
The Volkswagen Atlas is a recent entrant into the mid-size crossover market and was launched in 2017. With rivals stepping up their game, the Atlas received a comprehensive facelift last year to remain competitive. The mechanicals remains the same and it continues to be offered with two engine options, a 2.0L turbocharged unit, and a 3.6L V6 engine, with all-wheel-drive available as an option.