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They'll be shown at Georgia's SoWo: The European Experience car show

The Wörthersee VW meet in Europe may be the biggest and most famous, but it's far from the only one. An American counterpart, SoWo: The European Experience, kicked off this weekend in Georgia for European cars. And as with Wörthersee, VW had some new custom vehicles to show off. It brought modified versions of the Jetta, Golf, Arteon, Atlas and Tiguan.

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The Volkswagen Atlas Sport Concept previews a five-seater Atlas soon joining Volkswagen's SUV arsenal for the U.S. market. To be built in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 2019, this lightly disguised concept mixes seven-seater Atlas exterior with a cues from the recent new-generation Touareg and some hybrid powertrain tech we haven't seen from VW yet.

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The big Atlas is getting a more intimate version.

At last year's New York Auto Show, VW's CEO Hinrich Woebcken told reporters that a five-passenger version of the Atlas crossover would spring from a further investment in the company's Tennessee manufacturing plant. And now, VW has confirmed that it's indeed a two-row Atlas that will be produced there, joining the three-row job in the VW lineup.

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Volkswagen filed trademark applications for the names "Atlas Cross Sport" and "Atlas Allsport."

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It's boring but practical, with one big selling point.

If you make rational instead of emotional decisions, this VeeDub might be your ideal crossover.

Breaking

Coming to dealers in May 2017.

Expect a loaded, all-wheel-drive V6 model to cost around $48,000.

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Volkswagen's three-row Atlas SUV will be available with the R-Line trim.

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VW has introduced an all new crossover, the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas.

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At least it's not going to be called a Toadamander or some other silly amalgamation, right?