I’ve got one more day with this 2016 Volkswagen Beetle Dune convertible, and I thought that before a full review, you nice people might like some time with it live–well, as live as possible with current technology. You can’t really taste it, yet.
When I was told by Volkswagen that I’d have a car available during my trip to Germany for their massive Beetle festival, I assumed it would probably be just something from the regular press fleet. Maybe a Golf, or, if they were feeling a bit more fun, one of the current Beetles. I clearly underestimated VW’s capacity…
A few days ago, our own Patrick George wrote about the rumors that VW is considering dropping the slow-selling Beetle from its lineup. This got me thinking, because I still remember the joy I felt when VW re-introduced the Beetle name back in 1998. But, really, it's just a Golf in a costume. So what should a modern…
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
When you hear that a fully loaded semi plowed into the driver's side of a New Beetle, you expect this kind of damage. What you don't expect is for the driver to only suffer a broken ankle.
After more than a decade of production, the New Beetle's grown mighty stale and, more importantly — effeminate. The all-new 2012 Volkswagen Beetle ditches the flowers for more power, bringing design and engineering back into this century with a masculine look decidedly planted in the last one.
The 2012 Volkswagen Beetle will be unveiled in a three-continent marketing blitz with MTV on April 18th in Shanghai, Berlin and New York City.
Alice Mannion's 1998 Volkswagen Beetle just turned over an astonishing 400,000 miles. Impossible! Everyone knows VWs fall apart after 100,000 miles. Right?
According to Copyranter, this VW Beetle is part of a German goverment agency initiative to reduce drunk driving around the many booze-fueled events in Deutschland. Why is the message in English? No clue.
We're told the …
The Car Company of the People will be sending out recall notices in April to 790,000 American purchasers of their product. The reason? A brake-light switch that may either leave the lights on or never illuminate them in the first place upon depression of the wide pedal. Affected? Glad you asked. Follow along and see…
"Sometimes I see her sitting on the rooftop/Perched in a lawnchair and staring into the sky/I know that somewhere in some faraway galaxy/That some gray men with telescopes are gazing right into her eyes." -Grant Hart