Category Archives: VW Beetle

Interior Features of the 2017 Volkswagen Beetle

Retro-Styled 2017 Volkswagen Beetle Offers a Contemporary Interior

Interior Features of the 2017 Volkswagen Beetle

The Volkswagen Beetle was an eye-catcher from the very start with its rounded shape. In all of the years that the Volkswagen Beetle has been in production, it has not lost that unique shape. It is still a favorite choice for drivers who love retro styling while still enjoying an efficient and dependable ride. While the 2017 edition of the Volkswagen Beetle stays true to its heritage, its cabin is outfitted with 21st Century amenities that will provide the ultimate riding experience. Read the rest of this entry >>

Volkswagen Beetle Throughout the Years Photo Gallery

Celebrate Your Love of the VW Beetle By Checking Out Our Specially-Made Photo Gallery!

Volkswagen Beetle Throughout the Years Photo Gallery

In the automobile’s century-long history, few cars stand out as much as Volkswagen’s Beetle model. Introduced in 1938, the Volkswagen Type 1 was meant to serve as an affordable family car that could be dependable during Germany’s harsh winters with the help of an innovative air-cooled engine placed in the rear of the vehicle. The Volkswagen Type 1 was built with a rounded shape to assist with aerodynamics in order to handle the high speeds of the newly-built German Autobahn. That round shape would strike a chord with Americans, who would go on to call the model “the Beetle” and make it a top seller during the post-WWII suburbia boom. Read the rest of this entry >>

What are Volkswagen R-Line trims

VW gets sporty with R-Line trims, but which models have them?

What are Volkswagen R-Line trims?

When it comes to standard models, it’s not difficult to understand trim hierarchies. Most models start with a base option, then each higher trim simply adds on more conveniences or quality materials. Volkswagen can be a little trickier to understand because the automaker offers R-Line trims, and when you see these sporty options sitting next to standard trims, you’re likely to ask what the differences are. Is it just looks, and what is an R-Line anyway? Read the rest of this entry >>