Volkswagen has revealed that the Atlas will feature standard LED headlights and running lights, and will be available with LED taillights.
The 2017 Honda Civic coupe boasts a sleek and modern design that’s highlighted by its sloped roofline which gives it an even sportier appearance to go along with its . Every new Civic coupe comes standard with LED daytime running lights, 16-inch alloy wheels, and LED taillights. Furthermore, those consumers in need of more even style should consider the range-topping Touring trim since it comes with added features like chrome door handles and LED headlights. Exterior color options for the ‘17 Honda Civic Coupe include Aegean Blue Metallic, Rallye Red, and Taffeta White.
The facelifted Octavia has been rumored for months to come with a split headlight design and this fresh look certainly has the power to break the usual evolutional styling upgrade cycle deployed throughout the VW group. It’s going to make the car stand out in the crowded compact car market, though the dual headlight setup resembling the Mercedes E-Class W212 generation idea might not be the cup of tea for everyone. The new headlights also feature full LED technology in lieu of the bi-xenon + LED daytime running lights combo used before. The front bumper is also slightly modified with reworked fog lights while at the back it seems there are new graphics for the LED taillights – and new alloy options from 16 to 18 inches complete the exterior changes.
Just like many of brand's contemporary vehicles, the new Atlas comes with the award-winning Modular Transverse Matrix architecture. It is also a bit larger than the predecessors. However, it retains some already known details: standard LED headlights, LED daytime running lights and the optional LED taillights. Nice.