Volkswagen continues to inch closer to revealing its all-new Amarok in full, after debuting more teaser media for the pick-up earlier this week.

The teaser comes in the form of a brief video published online by Volkswagen Commercial head of design Albert-Johann Kirzinger.

The video’s main message concerns the Amarok’s headlights, which will come with powerful I.Q matrix LEDs. It’s unconfirmed whether this will be the case in New Zealand, although over the ditch Volkswagen Australia has said they will be available in higher trim levels.

Beyond the headlights, the video gives us a fresh taste of what the Amarok’s new fascia will look like; although admittedly most of it is concealed by the video’s murky dark lighting.

Visible features include a sculpted bonnet, prominent badge, and a grille that penetrates the inside edge of each headlight. Some of the ute’s profile can also be spotted, with the front end appearing more squared off and bold than the Amarok it replaces.

This is the latest reveal in a series of teasers Volkswagen has published over the last few years regarding the Amarok. These teasers range from concept drawings, to interior pictures, to last month’s images of the Amarok out testing in camouflage.

The new Amarok will be revealed in full on July 7. First deliveries are expected in Europe in late 2022, with New Zealand tipped to follow suit in early 2023. The new Amarok will be based on the same platform as the Ford Ranger, marking the first time that Volkswagen has united with another brand over the development of its popular pick-up.

Source: autotalk.co.nz