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    The mid-size 2021 Volkswagen Arteon 2.0T SE has been updated with a" target="_self" style="white-space: normal; color: rgb(54, 96, 146); 10-inch TFT display, giving the German four-door sedan with a rakish hatchback a new lease on life.The Arteon retains its distinctive aggressive stance—low and wide—that immediately distinguishes it from the rest of the sedan segment. Drawing inspiration from classic sports cars, the contoured hood lines extend directly into the grille, while the long and wide hood stretches across the entire front profile and into the wheel arches.The Arteon can now be customized with an unmistakable lighting signature. For the first time, the Arteon SEL R-Line and SEL Premium R-Line are equipped with an illuminated light bar in the grille to complement the LED headlights that are standard across the entire line. The light bar is connected to the daytime running lights (DRLs) and surrounds the new Volkswagen logo, which uses light as the new chrome to highlight the modern front end design.The front-wheel-drive vehicle is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged, DOHC, 16-valve, four-cylinder engine that is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission and delivers 248 horsepower and 32 miles per gallon on the highway.The Arteon's spacious interior can comfortably accommodate five adults, and the trunk, which can be accessed through a hatch, has enough space to accommodate four full-size golf bags.The Arteon comes standard with heated 12-way power front seats as well as leatherette seating surfaces. The center console has been redesigned to accommodate Volkswagen's latest MIB3 infotainment system as well as a brand-new touch-sensitive climate control system. A new generation of multifunction steering wheels is also equipped with digital touch surfaces.A touchscreen navigation system with voice recognition, a premium Harman Kardan audio system with eight speakers, Bluetooth, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, an anti-theft alarm system, USB ports, and an electronic parking brake are some of the highlights of the vehicle's technology and convenience features.The advanced Volkswagen Digital Cockpit system, which is standard on all Arteon models, provides drivers with a fully digital instrument cluster. The Volkswagen Digital Cockpit, which uses a" target="_self" style="white-space: normal; color: rgb(54, 96, 146); 10-inch TFT display, provides a configurable presentation of important vehicle information, with 21 different viewing options, including car status, navigation, driving data, phone information, driver assistance features, and more.The long list of Arteon characteristics is completed by a long list of safety and driver assistance features that allow its owners to sleep soundly at night.Front collision warning and autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian monitoring, blind spot monitor and rear traffic assist, cruise control, hill hold control, a rear view camera system, electronic stability control, advanced airbag protection, and an intelligent crash response system are among the features. On higher trim levels, more technological features are included.On all Arteon models, a Start/Stop system is included as standard equipment. During this time, the engine is turned off.When the brake pedal is depressed (as when stopped at a red light), the vehicle will idle if the necessary conditions are met. When the brake pedal is released, the engine is brought back to life.VW likes to think of the Arteon as a "grand tourismo" vehicle. I wouldn't go that far, but it was a fun ride to Bellingham and the Aslan Brewery. Although there was some road noise, the car performed well and was comfortable both coming and going on the two-hour journey.