I didn't expect to like it, but that is really quite nice. I think they made it look more like a retro version of the original, whereas the outgoing model looked too futuristic and bubbly.
Not doing it for me and that interior is a total cop out!
So... they 'chopped' the top - Meh.
Sorry - maybe my eyes are blurred...but they changed the exterior right?!Interior is sweet though
Huge improvement. Has more of a masculine appeal to it.
I cannot see it that much different. May be in person. I have always liked it anyway. It is the only retro design that makes sense out there, unlike the poor Mustang...
Seems like a bit of a committee-car. Less pure than the outgoing model. Somehow I like it more though. It doesn't scream "Dental Hygienist Car" like the previous design doses.
Honestly why doesn't VW forget about the Beetle and just give us the Scirocco. What does everybody think about that!
Thank goodness they got rid of the acre of plastic between the edge of the IP and the windshield. It looks almost driveable now.
Okay.Lovely. Now if only they came out with this model, say, about 7 or 8 years ago...
I saw the video. It has a little bit of Porsche in the front and the rear and a lot of Audi TT in profile. Simply gorgeous. The 2.0T with the standard spoiler will definitely be a hit. Now the question remains about reliability.
Side profile reminds me of the Chrysler Crossfire. Not a bad thing really. The profile was the only good looking angle of that car.
It has a hint of Porsche in it. Not as feminine as its predecessor.
I like it. Not revolutionary, but still very nice. I'm thinking that the front grille is a little too conventional and doesn't have much character. But overall, looks good.
Same POS, different wrapper
Finally, VW, good design job--especially with the hint of Porche in the roofline and rear lights. It's a real car now. With the right engine, etc... it'll be helluva lot of fun to customize.
A symbol of the National Socialist regime that still lives on to this very day.Pathetic.
Hey, retro futuristic design! surprised me! Is it a advance model of VW?
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