Volkswagen Beetle R-Line Concept Brings Aggressive Looks, Wider Stance

Introduced at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in April, the the Volkswagen Beetle R-Line Concept was designed to make a sporty statement and emphasize dynamic performance more than any other Beetle.

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Powered by VW’s turbo-charged 2.0-liter TSI I4 engine making 217, the Beetle R-Line concept is wear the Oryx White Pearl effect paint. The beautiful and aggressive exterior features aggressive bumpers that have large air vents at the front and wrap-around high-gloss black moldings that extend down the sides of the car. Other visual changes include a rear diffuser, painted black exterior mirror caps, a large rear spoiler and 20-inch Monterey aluminum-alloy wheels. All of those mods make the Beetle R-Line concept 0.6 inches wider than the standard production car.

The interior, meanwhile, is equipped with upgraded sport bucket seats while there interior bits including the dashpad, door inserts and steering wheel spoke trim, have a carbon fiber-style finish. The carbon fiber-style material makes for a distinctive contrast is the yellow finish of the instruments and the decorative stitching in the cabin.

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