Straight from launch Volkswagen are offering three special editions of the new Beetle Cabriolet. Called the 50s, 60s and 70s Edition. But what on earth separates them?
Well, all the special editions come with the same 1.4 TSI 160 PS engine and are only available with a manual gearbox. The special editions have the same standard equipment as the Design trim (full details on the Beetle Cabriolet trims here), which includes toys like Bluetooth, iPod connection, DAB radio and leather steering wheel.
The 50s Edition Beetle Cabriolet
VW call the Beetle Cab 50s edition the stylish one, it could equally be called the black one. Why? Because it comes in Monochrome black paint, black 17 Orbit wheels, a black hood and chrome door mirrors. You can lighten up the dark theme by choosing beige leather, or you can stick with black leather!
The 60s Edition Beetle Cabriolet
The 60s, something to do with swinging then? Nope, this is apparently the cool one. Theres a choice of either Denim Blue or Candy White paint, both come with a black hood. Inside is a choice of red and black, or blue and black leather.
The 70s Edition Beetle Cabriolet
The 70s is reminiscent of brown cars, so suitably this one is brown (were big fans of brown cars though, so approve!). Apart from the Java Brown metallic paint, theres a beige leather interior, beige hood and chrome door mirrors.
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