Volkswagen has decided to bring into production the Volkswagen Beetle Dune, Volkswagen Beetle with a certain vocation offroad, that recalls the spirit of the buggy, primeval, and which ultimately represents the adaptation of the Volkswagen Beetle times SUV, but why buy a Volkswagen Beetle in place of a SUV conventional, a Hyundai Tucson, a SEAT Ateca or a Mazda CX-5?
Their aesthetic is their main claim:
For now Volkswagen has not revealed the prices of the Volkswagen Beetle Dune although it has given us the starting prices, both the coupe and the cabrio, topándonos with a “since” 25.200 euros in the case of the version “coupé” and 29.400 € in the case of the version cabrio that place this Beetle “offroad” to the height of the alternative SUV well-equipped (although without getting to versions higher).
But, what we offer compared to other alternatives already settled?
Obviously, the main claim of the Volkswagen Beetle Dune front to the wide range of SUV lies in its aesthetics, in its design, in what is different from your concept.
Motors, and an interior design already known and the charm of to give a twist to the design of the Beetle into the wild, towards a vocation more playful, beaches, summer… to the beat of a increase of your height, a major width of pathways, such molding of your wheel arches, new bumpers…
The classical configuration of the thick of the SUV market to a compact sobrelevado, with defenses. Yes, the skills outside of the asphalt are going to be couples, in both cases, but if you’re looking for something different and you like that driving high and the aesthetic touch of offroad the Volkswagen Beetle Dune may be an excellent option, less practical, yes, but more eye-catching.
of course if we talk about the cabrio we have only to think of the Range Rover Evoque Convertible.