Is there a Pink VW Beetle?
The New York Auto Show is always an exciting time for the automotive world, and one of the best parts of the show is always checking out the concept vehicles that various automakers come out with. Whether or not these innovative and intriguing vehicles ever make it to the production line, they often do a great job of representing the future of a model or a brand and where things are headed next. And that’s exciting! Today we’ll take a look at four Beetle concepts that’ll be on display at the show in New York this week. Is there a Pink VW Beetle? There might be one soon…
Beetle Pink Color Edition
Here it is: The concept so many pinkaholics have asked for at dealerships around the world. A Volkswagen Beetle that’s pink in color! Now, to stay true to VW’s winning formula of keeping things interesting, it’s a metallic pink that’s a deep, almost purply color rather than just being a straightforward sweet candy pink. We think this is a little more grown up without losing its playfulness.
Beetle R-Line Concept
The Beetle R-Line concept is the sporty one in the bunch. Looking at this one next to the pink concept, with its 217-horsepower engine and 20-inch Monterey aluminum-alloy wheels, there’s definitely a statement being made about just how wildly today’s Beetle drivers vary. And we’d say that’s pretty on par with what we see here at our dealership!
Beetle Convertible Denim
Ah, denim. It’s the people’s fabric, just like the Beetle was originally intended as the people’s car. Which makes this new concept the perfect fit – and just to play up the level of fun here, it’s a convertible! The paint job, in a color called Stonewashed Blue Metallic, was developed just for this concept car and really captures that denim look without looking cartoonish or overly jeans-like.
Beetle Convertible Wave
The final concept in the bunch is the Wave – a big nod to the beach and all the fun you’ll have when you take your Beetle out for a day there. A real wood dashpad designed after a surfboard, classy-looking houndstooth seat inserts, and a bright and exciting Habanero Orange Metallic paint job come together to complement the convertible’s fun-loving nature.
Will any of these go into production? We hope they all do, and we’ll certainly keep you posted. In the meantime, check out our current selection of Beetle and Beetle Convertible models and let us know if you’d like to make your way in for a test drive here at our dealership just outside of Pittsburgh.