The 2018 Atlas’ exterior styling mimics the CrossBlue concept we first saw back in 2013. The overall shape is boxy, giving the Atlas a much more muscular look compared to the frumpy curves found in most competitors. The front end features a simple two-bar grille with square headlight housing, with a few sharply creased lines on the hood. The same goes for the side profile, where creases accentuate the wheel wells and the character line running below the door handles. Meanwhile, the rear end shares cues with the 2018 Tiguan and showcases a few premium touches like the chrome strip with the embossed Atlas badge, and dual exhaust tips that are integrated in the lower bumper.
At the rear, the LED combination tail lamps get a new three-stripe graphics as compared to the old dual-stripe design. Completing the rear profile is a pair of rectangular shaped dual exhaust tips. The IS rides on either new 17-inch ten-spoke aluminium alloys or 18-inch multi-spoke aluminium alloys.
I'm selling a brand new set of stainless steel, chrome plated, dual/dual exhaust tips. These are corsa clones with beveled edges and 3" outlets. They can be welded directly onto your current exhaust pipes, or welded onto a separate piece of pipe and then clamped onto your existing pipes, it's up to you. They really do look great shining in the sun (as you can see from the pics) and would look great on pretty much any car.
For this extra amount, customers get the JCW (John Cooper Works) tuning package along with some other modifications. On the exterior, there’s an aero kit with larger air intakes and rear spoiler, a sports exhaust system with two different soundtracks and dual carbon exhaust tips, carbon elements on the side-view mirrors and the bonnet and 17-inch gloss black wheels wrapped around in 205 mm wide tyres. Meanwhile, inside, there are JCW sport seats, a Head-Up Display system and an 8.8-inch infotainment screen.