Customers in the United States with active lifestyles are soon able to get their hands on the new all-wheel-drive VW Golf Alltrack, a US-homologated version of the Volkswagen Golf SportWagen. Sales of the MY2017 Golf Alltrack will commence in Fall 2016.
Joerg Sommer, Vice President, Product Marketing and Strategy of Volkswagen of America, Inc., remarked that dealers and customers have been craving for a Golf SportWagen with an all-terrain capability from an all-wheel drive system.
He quipped that the Golf Alltrack would be able to meet the active lifestyle needs of VW customers in the US market.
Of course, the Alltrack is fitted with an array of passive and active safety systems. Along with an ingeniously engineered body that meets or exceeds all current crash regulations, the new Alltrack is equipped with no fewer than six airbags, as standard, as well as a number of electronic safety systems.
For instance, it has the Alltrack feature Electronic Stability Control (ESC), an Intelligent Crash Response System and the Automatic Post-Collision Braking System. Also available are driver assistance systems like Adaptive Cruise Control, Autonomous Emergency Braking (Front Assist), Forward Collision Warning and Lane Assist as well as front and rear Park Distance Control with Park Assist.