2017 Volkswagen Up Redesign, Release, Changes

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2017 Volkswagen Up Price

The 2017 Volkswagen Up is the latest entry in the segment of small cars, unveiled at the 2016 Auto Show held in Geneva. The model sports a redesigned body panels with new color options, new wheels, a revamped interior, a new engine and a new slew of customization options. Basically, the German auto manufacturer replaced everything in the 2017 model Up, except the chassis.

The smallest Volkswagen is becoming yet more colourful and sharper still. In late summer of 2016 the second series of the Volkswagen up! will be launched in Europe with newly designed body panels, new colours, new wheels, new individualisation options, new equipment, a completely redesigned interior, a new infotainment system and an outstanding new engine that offers a significant boost in performance and torque. Volkswagen presents the new version of the up! to the public for the first time at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The up! has been one of Europe’s most successful small cars for five years. In countries such as Germany and the Netherlands it is the number 1 in its segment. However, the VW up! has also enjoyed great success outside Europe, with strong performance in markets such as Brazil, Japan and South Africa.

The new Up will be a more performance-oriented vehicle as its new engine will generate more power and torque than ever produced in the Up lineup. Volkswagen claims that the new Up will offer equal performance as that of the original Volkswagen Golf GTI. Volkswagen hopes that the updates would assist increase sales, helping the company on its aim of becoming the largest automaker in the world.

2017 Volkswagen Up Price

Pricing for the new 2017 Volkswagen Up has been set at $20,000 – $40,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2017 Volkswagen Up we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

2017 Volkswagen Up Release Date

2017 Volkswagen Up Changes

The American audio specialist Beats Electronics founded in 2008 by the rapper Dr. Dre made a big impact on the music scene, primarily with its headphones. Now the Californian company also offers a wide range of other technologies, including full in-car sound systems. Volkswagen is unveiling these BeatsAudio sound systems for the first time at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in the Polo and in the new up!. In the case of this city specialist, this results in a completely new equipment version: the up! beats. The sound system’s 300-watt and 8-channel amplifier is fitted with a digital signal processor (DSP). To ensure crystal-clear sound, the system has seven high-end loudspeakers distributed around the interior: two tweeters in the A-pillars, two woofers in the front doors, two broadband loudspeakers in the back as well as a subwoofer integrated in the spare wheel well, which delivers powerful, punching bass tones.

Blame it both on higher fuel prices and narrow roads, small cars typically sell well in the sprawling urban environments found overseas. Volkswagen is no stranger to these small cars, having quite the colorful history with automaking since its creation amidst the Second World War. The 2016 Geneva Motor Show hosted VW’s latest small car entry the refreshed Up!.

Volkswagen will be presenting the new version of the Up to the public for the first time at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The Up has been one of Europe’s most successful small cars for 5 years. In countries such as Germany and the Netherlands it is the number 1 in its segment. However, the VW Up has also enjoyed great success outside Europe, with strong performance in markets such as Brazil, Japan and South Africa.

2017 Volkswagen Up Specs

The 2017 Up comes with drastic interior changes, but the outgoing inside design is still present under the differences. The most visible change is the new dashboard panel that comes with yellow accents to liven the otherwise gloomy cabin. The yellow color continues onto upper door panels and the seats. However, this color splash comes as an optional feature, among other offered colors, too.
The cabin that comes equipped with a new gauge cluster and steering wheel welcome the driver, with a reworked center stack, holding the radio and HVAC controls.

A fresh lower console comes with a single cup holder, a petite shelf, and the gear shifter. Two additional cup holders reside inside the door panels. An old-fashioned parking brake is positioned between the seats, miserably eliminating any hope for a middle storage compartment. On the other hand, as the new 2017 Volkswagen Up is a small sedan with little additional inside volume, the room between the seats is extremely limited.

The new Volkswagen Up looks extremely innovative with its new external design, particularly out back. The back window glass flows flawlessly down onto the hatch, offering the blacked out panel an eye-catching look and, even the badges are attached to the window glass.

The front fascia of the new Up comes equipped with a new bumper, carrying an innovative design that features added black trim parts, with a kind of Cheshire cat appearance. The large VW badge separates the two LED-covered headlamps, tying the whole look together.

Volkswagen has given smartphone integration a complete make-over. A new infotainment generation has been developed: the Composition system, with a 3.1-inch monochrome display, and the top-of-the-range Composition Phone system with a 5.0-inch colour display. Both of the systems feature a twin tuner, AUX IN connection and SD card slot. The base system also has a CD player, while Composition Phone has a Bluetooth interface with hands-free function. The Composition Phone system also offers a rear view camera, available for the first time in the up! As an option, both of the systems can be supplemented by a DAB+ (digital radio receiver), the Sound Plus package (with six loudspeakers) as well as a USB port (in the centre console). The Composition Phone system is also available with the new smartphone integration feature and the BeatsAudio sound system.

2017 Volkswagen Up Redesign

For audio enthusiasts, the new Up comes equipped with the premium BeatsAudio sound system, a mobile sound compartment, generating the maximum power of 300 watts into the small cabin. The cabin also comes equipped with the Pure Air Climatronic system of Volkswagen. The HVAC system exploits a biogenic filter to remain the cabin free of exterior air pollutants, such as pollen and allergens.

As before, the wheels are positioned near every corner, offering the new Up a rather athletic look. The tall conservatory holds a massive windshield and big side glass, making the external visibility impressive. Sharp lines highlight each body panel, with pleats on the fender wells, along the hood, around the beltline, on the lower part of the doors, and along the back bumper.

2017 Volkswagen Up Engine

The 2017 Vw compact car comes equipped with a new three-cylinder, 1.0-liter capacity TSI inline engine. The turbocharged powertrain features direct fuel injection, assisting it to generate the utmost power and torque of 89 ponies and 118 pounds per foot respectively. The 2017 VW Up engine accelerates to a velocity of 62 mph from the start in 10 seconds, whereas its maximum velocity is 115 mph. The entire power is sent to the front wheels through a six-velocity manual transmission. The new Up consumes 4.4 liters of fuel per 100 km, offering the combined mileage of 53.4 mpg. With a full fuel tank, the new Up covers the maximum distance of 800 km (500 miles).

The Up will now feature an eagerly awaited new 1.0 TSI engine. The turbocharged, direct injection 3-cylinder motor will produce 66 kW. A maximum torque of 160 Nm is available from 1,500 rpm. All this will mean a top speed of 185 km/h is possible, and it’ll take 10 seconds to accelerate to 100 km/h. 4.4 l/100 km can be expected, and this equates to almost 800 km on a single tank of petrol.

The outstanding new 1.0 TSI engine available in the new Volkswagen up! offers an efficient and engaging drive. This turbocharged direct petrol injection (TSI) delivers a powerful 66 kW/90 PS. The maximum torque of 160 Nm is available from 1,500 rpm. The three-cylinder engine is the first turbo for the up! and the most powerful motor available in the model to date. It delivers truly dynamic performance with a top speed of 185 km/h, and takes just 10 seconds to accelerate to 100 km/h. This VW up! even strives to match the driving performance of the first Golf GTI. Its dynamism is paired with high efficiency: 4.4 l/100 km (equating to 102 g/km CO2) mean that the up! 1.0 TSI can cover up to 800 km on a single tank of fuel. The sporting nature of the most powerful new up! is emphasised by the visible exhaust pipe.

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