Volkswagen Taos Basecamp concept showcases future accessories


Volkswagen has revealed the Taos Basecamp Concept — similar in the lines of the 2019 Atlas Basecamp concept, showcasing a future accessories package. Also, the Taos Basecamp concept will serve as the first Volkswagen to debut the latest Gentex HomeLink Bluetooth-enabled frameless mirror with an integrated compass.

The Taos Basecamp concept was conceived by the Volkswagen Design Team in Oxnard, California, and incorporates thick fender flares, custom Traverse MX 17-inch wheels wrapped in 225/65 Falken Wildpeak A/T Trail tires, and a new color scheme with subtle contrast orange accents. Contrasting silver rocker cladding ties into the front and rear skid plates to complement the rugged appearance. Other upgrades include a raised suspension from H&R Special Springs, and a custom Thule Canyon XT roof basket with integrated off-road LED lighting from Baja Designs.


Inside, there’s a custom cargo divider by Polytec Group, which enables the owner to neatly organize key sporting accessories, including ropes and carabiners. The Taos is available with FWD and AWD configurations, powered by a 1.5L turbo petrol engine. Read more here.

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