Elegance never gets old.
The architecture of the 70s is remembered for its distinctive lines and a formal vocabulary reduced to basics to stress the practical functionality of all things. The bungalow is the best example. The Beetle Cabriolet 70s Edition builds on the timeless style of this decade by setting a clear focus on enjoyment. In all other respects, it represents precisely what makes the design of this decade so unique: elegance in even the smallest details.
The Beetle Cabriolet 70s Edition indeed already sparkles in Toffee Brown or Platinum Grey metallic finishes, but even this is topped by an exclusive, dazzling highlight. Only the Beetle Cabriolet 70s Edition features a modern soft top in Nutria Beige that perfectly matches the interior and cover.
As you like it – hot, cold or anywhere in-between: at the press of a button, the modern air conditioning system in the Beetle Cabriolet 70s Edition delivers elegance expressed in degrees.
The stylish interior of the Beetle Cabriolet 70s Edition is ample proof that its reputation as ‘The Elegant One’ is more than well deserved. For example the captivating contrasts of a beige interior with the gearstick knob and handbrake grip in finest black leather.
There are two reasons why it is so easy to relax in sport seats in ‘Vienna’ leather. The first is their perfect match to your outfits and the second is their simply outstanding comfort. Simple proof that true elegance is a treat to much more than your eyes.
Elegant? Yes! A sign of self-assurance? Yes, that too! Because the ‘70s’ badges on the front wings of the Beetle don’t only look good, they authentically reflect the spirit of the 70s, too.
Several trends from the 70s have hardly changed at all. In the case of the Beetle Cabriolet 70s Edition, the name today, for instance, is ‘Disc’, rather than ‘Disco’. It’s nothing to worry about – with these high-quality, 18-inch alloy wheels, you’ll experience the Saturday Night Fever of the 70s in broad daylight on any day.
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