2014 Volkswagen Beetle
Available in hatchback or convertible form, the Beetle R-Line features a 210-horsepower, turbocharged four-cylinder engine and unique styling cues. Among them are 19-inch alloy wheels that wear low-profile all-season tires, a more aggressive front bumper, a rear diffuser, R-Line badges and bi-xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights with LED daytime running lights.
Inside, the Beetle R-Line gets metallic-type trim on the dashboard and doors, a leather-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel, stainless-steel scuff plates, aluminum pedals, leather upholstery and more R-Line badges.
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The Beetle GSR recalls one of the limited-edition Beetles of the past. It packs a 210-hp, turbocharged four-cylinder engine, unique interior styling details and a yellow-and-black paint scheme reminiscent of the Beetle GSR from the 1970s. As with the original, production will be limited to 3,500 units; more than half are slated for the U.S.
The Beetle GSR's paint scheme stays relatively true to the original's. Wide black stripes run the length of the hood, and the roof and liftgate are painted black. The doors get GSR lettering and stripes, and there's a spoiler below the rear window. Low-profile tires are fitted to 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, and the bi-xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights are trimmed with LED daytime running lights.
Where yellow is the dominant exterior color, black is predominant inside — with yellow used for seat, steering wheel, floormat, shifter and dash accents. The sport seats and steering wheel are finished in leather, and the steering wheels of each GSR are numbered: 1 through 3,500. Back to top
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