2017 Volkswagen Beetle Folsom Lake CA
It didn’t seem possible, but Volkswagen has done it again. They have added even more fun and personality to the iconic beetle. In the Fall of 2016 the #PinkBeetle will be launched. This limited edition Beetle will feature a Fuchsia Metallic paint and retro-interior styling. The seats are covered in a pink plaid fabric reminiscent of the VW Golf upholstery of yore. And the piping on the seats is a brilliant pink rather than the more traditional red. This is a designer car through and through. And while it looks retro, its name and its technology are very much on trend. The name of this model truly is #PinkBeetle. With that hashtag in its name, it is destined to be a darling of social media.
The Volkswagen Beetle is a well-known coupe. It is fun-to-drive, or in this case, it is super-fun-to-drive as it has a turbocharged engine that gives it power and helps to conserve gas. But let's not forget, this is a Volkswagen we are talking about, so it’s going to be about more than just fun. To start with, it has Car-Net App-Connect and an intuitive touchscreen interface that work together to seamlessly integrate your smartphone with the in-car infotainment system. The beauty of it is that it works with both Android and iPhone platforms. This system makes it easy to feel fully connected while keeping your eyes on the road. Safety is always paramount with Volkswagen engineers.
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|1.8L Turbocharged||Bi-Xenon Headlights||Fuchsia + 6 other exterior colors|
|170 Horsepower||LED Daytime Running Lights||Multi-spoke Linas Aluminum Wheels|
|25/34 mpg||Car-Net App-Connect||Retro Interior Look|
|Front Wheel Drive||Keyless Entry||Rear License Plate Lighting|
Test Drive a Volkswagen Beetle in Folsom Lake CA
The 2017 Volkswagen Beetle will remain largely unchanged from the 2016 Beetle, with the exception of the #PinkBeetle and those changes are aesthetic not structural. The 2017 VW Beetle will continue to have a rearview camera standard, and a blind-spot warning system on the SEL trim. The SE and SEL trims have Car-Net Security and Service Emergency Capability. This means that it has automatic crash notification, roadside assistance, geo-fencing and remote door locking and unlocking, among other things. If you are interested in learning more about the 2017 Volkswagen Beetle, why not stop by Folsom Lake for a test drive? We’d love to see you and answer any question you may have.