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2013 Volkswagen Beetle by Rotiform


Wheels manufacturer Rotiform is bringing their own custom take on everyone’s favorite little hatchback, the Volkswagen Beetle , to the 2012 SEMA Auto Show .

For their program, Rotiform decided to integrate the Beetle’s heritage and add a more modern look to it. The company accomplished this by combining custom touches from the past through today, beginning with the installation of an all-new rear axle to accommodate the similarly new air suspension system from AirLift.

Once they accomplished this, Rotiform fitted the Beetle with its very own set of new - and very red - concave wheels, which were then wrapped in Nitto performance tires. Moving on from the suspension and wheels upgrades, the Beetle was also treated to a matte gray aluminum vinyl wrap courtesy of 3M and a retooled interior that saw plenty of the vehicle’s standard factory pieces replaced with parts from other available trims.

The last order of business for Rotiform was to shave the engine bay to give the Beetle a much smoother look. In the end, the aftermarket company accomplished what it set out to do: build a classic-looking Beetle that carries modern touches.

Mission accomplished, we should say.




7 comments:

how much I want one of this! how proud I would drive on the streets. even if it is small, with its nervous look, all would clear my waysmiley

Keep up the good work with this kind of vision!!!

from a very peaceful small car they succeeded to turn it into a sport one. the combination matte gray-red is very successful.

I can not believe how small and angry it is ! in this manner, it is more cute. love the concept

amazing I could say. What a change! What makes the tuning from a car? It change it as the makeup changes a womansmiley))))

in my opinion, they made one even more sympathetic

oh, but what did they with the nice beetle that we all know?smiley

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