We guess you remember the Volkswagen Dune Buggy. If yes, it’s what the Beetle Dune is all about. The car gets a more aggressive stance, redesigned bumpers, and a stylish rear spoiler. This is what sets it apart from the standard Volkswagen Beetle. Of course, tastes differ, and you may not like the new exterior color, but you can't say that it isn't eye-catching.
The 2016 Volkswagen Beetle Dune has already been tested and we managed to understand that its raised sport suspension and wider track makes it a hoot to drive. The model is powered by a turbocharged 1.8-liter engine with 170 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque. It comes mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission with Tiptronic and Sport mode. Speaking about the car's exterior, it's worth mentioning that the convertible top is super easy to lower with a button on the center top of the windshield. It takes not more than 10 seconds. The 2016 VW Beetle features 18-inch Canyon alloy wheels, heated front seats, Dune seating surfaces with cloth inserts, V-Tex leatherette trim with orange piping, front sport seats, rearview camera, and a touchscreen sound system with proximity sensor. The interior is also amazing. Stepping inside reveals a unique Sandstorm Yellow Metallic theme.
The 2016 Volkswagen Beetle Dune is no stranger to attention but when you consider it also has tech-savvy advancements and turbocharged performance, the attention comes as no surprise. The price for the 2016 Sandstorm Yellow Metallic Beetle Dune 1.8T is $26,065.