Without being looking into the back, nor at the front bonnet, the Volkswagen Beetle is easily recognizable as a descendant of the hippie-inspired 1960s Bug. But even at the rarest point, the Volkswagen Beetle shares its most parts with its day to day model such as the Golf and the Jetta, it had enough to claim for the change in its overall look, and of course the shiny standard bugs wheel that wend down decades ago. So, what matters for all of us, who has a sprout of childishness is that , this packaged gift of freshness wrapped in a gift paper is nothing but the all-new 2014 Volkswagen Beetle. The moment we all see this cute marvel, we would be searching for the distinctive features both inside and outside. No problem, this little bug will never disappoint us.
Plenty of power with its unique distinctive looks, confident highway ride, optional convertible soft-top, and great TDI fuel economy is all that you can notice in a glimpse.
The front-wheel-drive 2014 Beetle starts with a zippy 1.8-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine at 170 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque. Official fuel-economy ratings were unavailable as of this writing, but VW predicts “significantly better” numbers than the discontinued 5-cylinder engine’s 22 miles per gallon city/31 mpg highway.
Previously known as the Turbo, the Beetle R-Line features a new 2-liter turbocharged gasoline 4-cylinder that cranks out a healthy 210 hp and 207 lb-ft of torque. The DSG transmission returns 24 mpg city/30 mpg hwy, an increase of 2 city mpg over last year; expect roughly the same from the 6-speed manual. The base model comes standard with classic hubcap-style 17-inch alloy wheels, leatherette upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and manual front seats with height adjustments. As anyone compares Volkswagen Golf’s cabin with the Beetle, I am afraid they might be getting hard to convince, but on the safer side, The 2014 VW Beetle has a respectable interior that blends retro looks with function. I would suggest, not be exclude your tallest friends either, as the VW Beetle gives you enough room for your tallest friends, and a passable amount of room in the rear seats and trunk. The base Volkswagen Beetle comes with an eight-speaker stereo with CD player, auxiliary port, iPod adapter, Bluetooth with audio streaming, heated front seats, multi-color ambient lighting and an app that links car security, maintenance and navigation features to a compatible smartphone. Safety has not been left out and it has been giving outmost importance as the standard Volkswagen’s Intelligent Crash Response System lets the doors to unlock automatically, turns on hazard lights on and cuts the fuel line in the event of a any collision. Optional features include a Fender sound system, satellite radio, and navigation, keyless access with push-button start, a panoramic power sunroof and a rearview camera.
As a pleasant driver, you may find this bug to be a very comforting commuter. It’s interesting and fantastic both inside and out with the sunroof and well appealing painted and giving you a feeling of silent cabin as you will be drowned out by the excellent audio systems. Above all the 2014 Volkswagen Beetle is car that delivers heavy style, transcending an emotion of appeal to the owner. Yes, go for the balancing act of mechanical, technological wonder on wheels.