As one of the most iconic body shapes in the car world, the new Beetle has carried on where the old version left off.
From the base level Beetle model, there are multiple options to add so that you can make it your own and also add features to make it as useful as possible.
Technological additions help to make your driving experience smooth and entertaining by keeping you up to date and offering your media needs.
The Car-Net App-Connect, which allows you to use Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink via USB connection, and helps to give you all the features from your smartphone, is available for £125.
For £355, the Composition Media System includes a 6.5” touchscreen, CD Function, 8 loudspeaker set, DAB Digital Radio and Multi-device interface, which allows you to use SD card playback.
The top of the range Discover Navigation System, which integrates the same features of the Composition Media System, and adds Satellite Navigation with European Navigation data and three route calculation criteria (Fast, Short, Eco). Also includes branded Points of Interest and three years of Navigation updates, for £825.
Also available is Voice Activation when the Navigation System is fitted, so that you can safely control and plan your journey without taking your hands off the wheel.
Cosmetic options are also on offer, including Dash Pad colour options, multifunction leather-trimmed steering wheel and decorative decals and chrome detailing for the exterior bodywork to personalise your Beetle to your preference.
Safety features have also been made available for the Beetle, such as CobraTrak Plus that tracks the vehicle if stolen, Parking sensors for the front and rear, and Side Scan system to help with lane changing assistance and blind spot warning.
With extra features also available to customise your Beetle, you can make it your own and add as many extras as you wish.