2014 Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet Karmann Edition

Jun 4, 2014

Category: Rides

We were a little distracted when we first heard about the Beetle Cabriolet Karmann Edition, so for a brief second, we thought Volkswagen was coming out with a Cartman Edition Beetle. My goodness, the thoughts that ran through our heads.

Paying tribute to Karmann, the independent manufacturing company that built plenty of Cabriolets between 1949 and 1980, this new edition will be available in seven colors and feature a unique Sioux Brown power folding soft top. Other extras include special badging, 18-inch Disc-style alloy wheels, two tone sport seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a set of alloy pedals to go with the matte aluminum dashboard and Karmann-branded door sill plates. No changes are being made on the engine and transmission fronts. Pre-orders start next month. No word yet on pricing.

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