2013 Volkswagen Amarok to receive new engines image

Volkswagen is planning to offer new engines for the 2013 Amarok once the model will enter production at the company’s plant in Hanover.

Once the German based automaker Volkswagen will move the production of the Amarok in Hanover for the European version, the model will receive new engines. According to the car manufacturer, the 2013 Volkswagen Amarok will come with the same power output for both the manual and the automatic versions, 180 HP for the 2.0 BiTurbo TDI diesel engine, while the BlueMotion technologies are now packing 122 HP and 180 HP with a manual transmission for both the rear-wheel drive or the all-wheel drive versions.

The BlueMotion Volkswagen Amarok is including the start/stop system, energy braking recuperation system, low resistance tires and more, and the car manufacturer is saying that these technologies will help reduce the fuel consumption by 0.5 liters every 100 km which will lead to an average of 6.8 L/100 km burned in the 122 HP version of the Amarok with RWD.

Future owners of the 2013 Volkswagen Amarok will receive a 12-year warranty on corrosion, along with the ParkPilot system in standard for the Trendline and the Highline, the optional Lights and Visibility package with rain sensing wipers and auto headlights with the follow-me home function, and more. Volkswagen says that the 2013 Amarok with manual transmission can tow up to 3 tons while with an automatic transmission, the model can tow up to 3.2 tons.