The Volkswagen Beetle Design 2.0 TDI DSG looks like being a suitable vehicle to carry the flag for the iconic car. After recently making it’s come back, the new generation Beetle’s have been making headlines all over the world. This time round they will not be seen as feminine orientated cars. They have designed to bring in more male customers this time round. Each model has been made more aggressive and more spacious.
No matter whether you are male or female, the fact that it is a super efficient diesel model will be an attractive prospect. The gearbox transmission will be a DSG semi automatic, suiting the vehicle’s engine perfectly. The DSG transmission will cost an extra £21,680 with manual versions being £1,600 cheaper. It is well worth going for considering that it was purely Volkswagen developed and does help the car’s performance a great deal.
Expert testers have claimed that 50 MPG is easily achievable, music to many motorists’ ears. It can drive for 600 miles on a full tank which is around 100 miles more than petrol versions.
The 2.0 litre is capable or producing a maximum of 140 BHP. The car’s top speed will be 121 MPH, reaching 0 – 60 MPH in 9.4 seconds. That is not a bad time considering that the car is more economically orientated.
The Volkswagen Beetle has been around since 1930. This is now the third generation of the vehicle. It has been greatly modified but has still kept it’s character, which is quite obvious to see.
Inside the vehicle comes a wonderful touch screen satellite navigation and media system. There is a double glove box which includes flexible door pockets and a folded down armrest between the front seats.
The rear of the car has 310 litres to 905 litres of space, depending on the layout. That is almost as much space as a Ford Focus, making it one of the most practical vehicles on the market.
Bringing out a diesel engine that is so environmentally friendly will allow the Volkswagen Beetle Design 2.0 TDI DSG to hit the headlines. It has a bit of everything and is sure to be a hit on the UK market.