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Spy Shots: VW Amarok pickup spotted sporting single-cab on... the Nürburgring?!

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Volkswagen Amarok single-cab prototype - Click above for high-res image gallery

New spy photos have turned up showing a standard-cab version of the Volkswagen Amarok... snagged testing on Germany's Nürburgring, of all places. Up until now, the Amarok pickup has only been seen with a short-bed, crew-cab configuration, but the new standard-cab is expected to go on sale in 2011. The thick B-pillar should mean that the seats will have some space behind them to allow for storage or adjustment for more leg-room.

The current Amarok is only available with either four- or all-wheel-drive, but the new version is expected to have a rear-wheel drive base model as well. Judging by the relatively plain trim on this prototype, it appears that Volkswagen is aiming to offer a lower cost work truck similar to the pickups that are commonly sold to commercial fleets here in the United States.

The 163 horsepower 2.0-liter diesel is expected to carry over to the standard-cab with a dual-clutch DSG gearbox joining the existing six-speed manual box. As far as we know, there are still no plans to offer the Amarok in the North American market. Oh, and we're also not sure if the Amorok was able to set any new 'Ring records... but probably not.



[source: CarPix]

Spy Shots: VW Amarok pickup spotted sporting single-cab on... the Nürburgring?! originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 30 Jun 2010 10:28:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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