Thanks to the high seat position, good all-round visibility and high-quality interior, the Amarok makes for a comfortable ride both on and off-road.
One of the highlights of the new Amarok’s interior are the new electrically adjustable ergoComfort seats for the driver and front-seat passenger, which provide plenty of head and legroom. This is thanks to the height-adjustable front seats. The ergoComfort seats for the driver and front-seat passenger have been awarded the ‘AGR’ seal of approval by the Healthy Back Campaign (Aktion Gesunder Rücken e.V.).
The redesigned instrument panel includes the emphasis on horizontal lines, the clear division of the surfaces and the precision of the folds and edges.
The multifunction steering wheel also makes it easier for the driver to operate the radio, telephone or multifunction display. The driver can use the new optional paddle switches on the steering wheel to control the 8-speed automatic transmission.
At the very top of the centre console, is the infotainment system, with features such as App Connect, Guide & Inform or Car-Net, it is possible, for example, to integrate smartphone apps via a USB interface in order to be able to access them via the infotainment system’s touchscreen. The ‘Discover Media’ navigation system also comes with DAB+ digital radio as standard.
The ‘Park Pilot’ parking assistance system, assisted by the ‘Rear View’ reversing camera, also features on the Amarok.
All of this combines to make the Amarok an attractive alternative to mainstream SUVs.