Whilst still instantly recognisable as a Beetle, Volkswagen's newest version of one of its best-loved models is more powerful and dynamic, while offering plenty of grip and a responsive ride.
The iconic Beetle has been refreshed with sharper exterior designs and more customisable interiors to give customers the ability to really personalise their vehicle.
The Sport trim is replaced by R-Line to give customers the styling that has become expected with our R-Line trims.
Range Walk overview
The range line-up remains similar to the outgoing model, with R-Line replacing the Sport model and the Dune crossover to remain. The range has a simplified engine line-up that meets our customers’ driving needs. The range walk and main specification summary can be seen on the right.
The Beetle is back. Dynamic, sleek and eye-catching, but still with curves in all the right places. Choose from the new Beetle or new BeetleCabriolet, two real characters delivering serious style that’s designed for fun. Retro styling maintains their iconic look, while a host of refinements makes them sportier and more distinctive than ever. With plenty of options to individualise your Beetle to suit your character and driving style, this is your opportunity to create a real showstopper.
The new Beetle and Beetle Cabriolet will have three new colour options from launch, giving customers greater choice when making the new Beetle their own. People who want to stand out in a crowd can choose either Sandstorm yellow or Habanero orange. Those who want something a bit more traditional can opt for Bottle green.
Customers can now be more creative with their new Beetle and Beetle Cabriolet interiors, even choosing to customise the colour of their centre console. On the Design model upwards, the centre console comes in Platinum grey as standard. , The centre console can be changed to Habanero orange, Sandstorm yellow, Pure white or Tornado red on the Design model only, with the dash pad changed to Platinum grey. Accents in the steering wheel, air vents and door handles are also changed to co-ordinate with the centre console.
The New Beetle with the highest performance is the Design 1.4 TSI 150PS Bluemotion Technology 6spd Manual boasting 0–62mph in 8.7 seconds