The kit is not only perfectly-suited to an outdoor car show, but it also demonstrates the versatility of VW's small pickup. Everything fits in the bed, and can be set up or packed by one person, according to the carmaker. Perhaps there's some potential in the mobile-DJ segment of the pickup market, alongside the usual contractors and ranchers.
To maker the truck as loud as its sound system, . gave the Amarok Power Dynamic Grey exterior paint with embedded glass flakes for a more-intense shine. Other exterior changes include Gunmetal mirror caps and 22-inch alloy wheels, orange brake calipers and decals, bi-xenon headlights, and chrome tailpipes.
On the inside, the Amarok Power features black-and-orange Nappa leather, an Alcantara-trimmed ., special carbon leather trim, and laser-etched seat-fabric graphics.
This isn't the first time Volkswagen has brought a customized Amarok to Wörthersee. Last year, it unveiled the performance-oriented Amarok R-Style concept, which featured an uprated version of the stock 3.0-liter turbodiesel V-6, good for 270 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque.