Is there anything interesting about its design?
It’s one of the neatest and cleanest designs in the four-wheel drive (4WD) dual cab unit mix, and stands in contrast to rivals like the Toyota HiLux for the simplicity of its finish.
'Our' Ultimate V6 has been modified for the trek, but only lightly. Along with the standard sports bar in the rear of the dual cab’s ute tray, a black lockable roller shutter has been added, along with a genuine accessories-sourced roof rack and platform combo, an ARB awning and sand shovel holder.
The usual 19-inch rims have been replaced with 17-inch versions from the Amarok Canyon special edition finished in black, and fitted with 265/60 R17 General Grabber G2s all-terrain tyres.
There’s a set of rock sliders along the side of the car, but no bull bar or snorkel, as VW Australia is yet to finalise approval for factory-fitted items. A light bar with an aerial mount cleverly attaches to bracing fitted across the front of the radiator, while customised black graphics complete the look.