Mark Barnes, the American CEO of Volkswagen said “Since its launch in 1998, the New Beetle – and the New Beetle convertible that later followed – have connected generations of fans that love the cars’ totally unique styling and characteristics that are simply unmatched. The Final Editions combine all of the elements that best represent what people love the most about the New Beetle, and that have created the car’s legacy, which will live on in generations to come.”

The Final Edition comes with a black roof as well as the two-toned Aquarius Blue with the Campanella White and its ‘Final Edition’ emblem too will tell anyone that this is the last of the best. There are some minor changes to the design of this car where the fog lights have now been integrated with the front bumper. They both comes with 17 inch alloy wheels as well as full sports suspension.

Of course, the engine is very important here. It comes with the 2.5 liter in-line 5 cylinder engine that gives you 150 horsepower and 170 libs-ft of torque mated with a 6 speed automatic transmission gearbox. It also comes with the Tiptronic system which, as many would know allow you to change gears or go fully automatic. Standard stuff here include airbags, ABS and such but the most coolest thing you will like when you step in is the individually numbered steering wheel. Now that would surely be the last of the best.

 

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