Beetle Owner's Manuals

Just one look at the car of the German company Volkswagen Beetle, you seem to be transported several decades into the past. And no, not in the sense that this model at some point abandoned innovations and froze in place. It’s just that the atmosphere of the late 30s, noisy parties and colorful outfits blows from the vehicle. Yes, this convertible will definitely be remembered for a long time, leaving an indelible impression. Oddly enough, Beetle fits perfectly into modern realities, and the developers recently updated the exterior, making it in the neoclassical style.
The car coquettishly “winks” at pedestrians with round xenon headlights, and the crescents of LED running lights sparkle dazzlingly. The air intake is located at the bottom of the bumper, and the fog lamps are located on the sides of it. If you look at the Beetle head-on, you might think that something is missing in its appearance, namely: a radiator grille. But, in fact, it is still there, just executed in the form of a thin small strip, edged with chrome. Improved aerodynamics, a threshold made of chrome, frameless windows, a high window sill line – all this cannot but please motorists.
The steering wheel in the cabin has three spokes, and the cab itself is made in a classic style. A massive speedometer is installed in the central part of the dashboard, next to it is a fuel gauge and a tachometer. If you look to the left, you will find a wheel that will help you adjust the tilt and brightness of the optics. The main finishing material is plastic, which can be “refreshed” due to colored inserts.
Responsible for the safety of the car: airbags, blind spot monitoring, all-round visibility, navigation system and other useful features.