Volkswagen revealed today the 2011 Amarok Single Cab, a new version of its pickup truck featuring a single cabin. As expected, the removal of the rear seats increases the load capacity from 1555 mm to 2205 mm, bringing a total area of 3.57 square meters. Just like the four-door version, the single cab version will offer the same engines: a 2.0 TDI with common rail injection engine, which develops 163 PS and 400 Nm of torque at 1,500 rpm; the other engine choice is in fact the same version of the 2.0-liter diesel engine, but detuned to122 PS.
The car is available in both two-wheel and four-wheel drive (4Motion).
Furthermore, the Amarok will be offered in a choice of three trim levels: Base, Trendline and Highline. The Base level offers manual operated windows, unpainted door handles, mirrors and front bumper, and 16-inch steel wheels.
The Trendline offers front bumper, door handles and mirrors in body colour, audio CD player, climate control (Climatic), multi-functional display, cruise control system and front fog lights. The Highline, offers part-chrome mirror housings, Climatronic, leather detailing, high end sound system and fabric seat covers. Refargind safety, the car features ABS, ASR, electronic differential lock and ESP with Hill Descent Assist.