Sunday, 28 March 2010

2010 VW New Beetle Coupe & Convertible Final Editions Official Volkswagen Announces New Beetle Final Edition Model

Right after announcing the thei
r Up! Lite concept is supposedly the most fuel efficient car in the
world, German car maker Volkswagen has managed to surprise the crowds
gathered in Los Angeles for this year's motor show by unveiling the 2010
New Beetle Coupe and the New Beetle Convertible Final Editions.
Although the current Beetle has been known as the new Beetle for quite a
while now, it looks like VW would like to mark the end of production for
the current model by adding an exclusive Aquarius Blue paint job,
17-inch alloy wheels, a sport suspension, special badging, and an
individually numbered steering wheel to what some would call, Barbie's car.
Performance wise the New Beetle Coupe Convertible Final Editions are
being powered by 2.5-liter inline five-cylinder petrol engine that
sports 150 hp and a good 170 lb-ft of torque.
Since its launch in 1998, the New Beetle – and the New Beetle
convertible that later followed – have connected generations of
fans that love the cars' totally unique styling and characteristics that
are simply unmatched. The Final Editions combine all of the elements
that best represent what people love the most about the New Beetle, and
that have created the car's legacy, which will live on in generations to
come, said Mark Barnes, CEO of VW America.
Expected to debut sometime next spring, the coupe will go a bit over
$20,000 while the convertible just shy of $27,200.
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