Top Speed Rendering: 2013 Volkswagen Beetle Cabrio

Volkswagen Beetle Cabrio

Volkswagen unveiled the coupe version of the new generation Beetle in April 2011 at the New York Auto Show and at that time, everyone believed that a cabrio version would only be a few months away. However, Volkswagen has decided to make us wait a little bit longer with the new Beetle Cabrio not making its world debut until late 2012. That’s just a little too long to wait so we got to work and came up with this rendering of the future drop top Beetle.

The upcoming Volkswagen Beetle Cabrio will feature a design language similar to that of the coupe version, except, of course, for its soft-top folding roof. This means that the convertible Beetle will be bolder, more dynamic, and more masculine, making it a tad more appealing to the male population. Looking at the new Beetle, there’s a new design line from the front bumper and front air inlet, straight lines of the bonnet edges, a precisely drawn line between the A-pillar and C-pillar, and new styling of the rear lights, all assisting in the new generation’s transformation into a new world.

The engine line-up will also be borrowed from the coupe version and will include one diesel and two petrol engine with power ranging from 138 HP to 197 HP. Every engine will be paired with either a standard 6-speed manual or an optional 6-speed DSG transmission.


3 comments:

Wow! This is so refreshing at the photo. I dreamed to own this car someday because it’s very comfortable yet fascinated to look at.

What a cool platform design! This captures my attention the most. The back design is oozing with a great look. I want to see the whole image of this car as well as the interior looks of it.

This coupe version of Volkswagen Beetle is very masculine and bold. It has a soft-top folding roof. The bumper has a new design that’s very catchy in the eyes.

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