It’s Sunday! Let’s drop the top and welcome the sun. This is my second attempt with the Volkswagen New Beetle Cabriolet, based on the recent E-Bugster Speedster Concept. You can check out the other Beetle Cabriolet renderings published a year ago here. Time flies doesn’t it?
Something fun to start a new week. Just thought Volkswagen to put the E-Bugster Concept into production, but with a TSI engine. To “productionised” this E-Bugster, I’ve given the concept new front and rear bumper, side skirts, production side mirrors and yellow coat of paint.
According to Car and Driver, A Volkswagen insider said that a Beetle R has been confirmed for the U.S. No word on engine, but the car site figure it will get the higher-output turbocharged 2.0-liter from the Golf R.
In an official announcement released on 22 April, Audi has confirmed that it will build a Q3 crossover in Martorell, Spain in 2011. Described by Audi as “A coupé-like five-door SUV with seat positions, wheel size, and ground clearance characteristic of a typical SUV,” the Q3 is likely to look a lot like 2007’s Cross […]