This is one Atlas you won't be able to buy in dealerships -- it's just a concept for the Chicago Auto Show.

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That said, you can pick up most of these accessories at the VW dealership, so you can sort of get one?

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The main exterior addition is the cargo box atop the vehicle, which expands to hold nearly 18 cubic feet of cargo.

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The exterior also features splashguards and special 18-inch wheels.

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Inside, there's a universal tablet mount, which is a better option than throwing a bunch of money at an expensive in-car entertainment add-on.

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A cargo divider behind the second row makes an excellent pet divider.

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Additional storage solutions allow you to keep round or small objects in one place.

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See? Great for pets, even dogs this large.

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Sadly, I don't think these tires will be available, but there's nothing stopping you from making a trip to your local tire shop.

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Keep on scrollin' to check out more photos of VW's latest concept.

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