The Volkswagen Beetle holds a unique spot in the car business as a standout amongst the most unmistakable autos on the planet. The Beetle has advanced throughout the years and it’s even received another configuration dialect that is fit to the times. The greater part of that is great yet you’d be shocked that many individuals still long for the Beetle of yesteryear. All things considered, Volkswagen heard your calls uproarious and clear since it’s disclosing a constrained version Beetle Classic model that accompanies a lot of retro touches, as well as has a retro sticker price! No, you can’t purchase one for $500, which I accept the Beetle expense at one point in time, yet you can get a Beetle Classic model at a cost lower than the standard 1.8T programmed model.
The fittingly named Beetle Classic model comes in three shading completes Pure White, Black, Uni, and Reflex Silver and elements a host retro touches that’ll make you think back about the great ol’ days when the Beetle ruled the economy-auto class. To be clear: the general look is still in light of the present Beetle, yet it is quite cool to see a back spoiler and those old 17-inch “Legacy” aluminum-composite wheels make a nostalgic rebound, yet on a restricted version premise. The main things that could make this more retro is one missing hubcap and perhaps some imprints on the back, yet that requires somewhat proprietor adjustment.
Inside, the Beetle Classic models get a broad rundown of standard hardware, including a multifunction controlling wheel, a calfskin wrapped shifter handle and handbrake lever, a RNS 315 route framework, and a SiriusXM Satellite Radio. The lodge likewise has an old-school, two-tone cocoa “Sioux” leatherette trim and checkered fabric seating surfaces to soak up that retro vibe that separates the Classic model from whatever remains of the Beetle family.
Volkswagen Beetle Classic 2014 Design Interior Exterior