2018 VW Beetle Dune Rumors, Specs, Performance
After a bit wait, Volkswagen finally comes with the new version of Beetle. The compact car has become one auto favorite and has its base fans throughout the world. A few moments later, the manufacturer is about to introduce the updated Beetle as 2018 year model. Built up as modern vehicle, there most likely significant changes and upgrades in terms of design and performance. In spite of maintaining its iconic characteristics, enhancements on the internal and external elements are also provided. Just expecting the future 2018 VW Beetle will be equipped with the additional high-tech components and premium materials altogether.
Suggested from the recent reports, the upgrades on the 2018 VW Beetle will be focused on giving the more comfort, better suspension and also powerful performance. Refreshment on some parts on the front end has made a sportier appearance than the previous model. Moreover, the unique compact design of VW still looks completely appealing.
Meeting up the driver and passengers’ needs on driving, some equipment of modern technology will be included. The new features such as Android Auto, Apple’s Car Play, HD touchscreen, audio speaker, satellite radio, panoramic moon-roof and also VW Car-Net are advanced for the infotainment services. To guarantee the secured driving, the automaker is planning to supplement the car somewhat of technologies of parking assist, crash alert, lane change, Digital Balance Control, safety cage, and smart crash system as safety standards.
Powering the new 2018 VW Beetle, the engine units of 2.0 liter or 1.8 liter might be opted. The former engine could generate the output of 210 horsepower, while the latter with 175 horsepower. The transmission system will be realized with the 5-speed or 6-speed automatic or manual gearbox. Rendering the fuel consumption, the new Beetle is more efficient with speeding at the 27 MPG in the city and 36 MPG on the highway.
The premiere of VW Beetle is most likely anticipated in the spring or even early fall of 2017 and targeting the marketplace in UK, Canada and some parts in US. The starting price of 2018 VW Beetle might be varied depending on the types. The cheapest price is tagged to the Beetle Wolfsburg at $19,900 and the Beetle SEL and R-Line will be the highest with $26,400. The rest models including the Beetle SE will be valued at $20,200 and $21,600 respectively.