2014 Collection Coccinelle

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Origin, Art, Couture, and GT Cox models.

‘The first is the Beetle “Origin”, described as genuine. In black or white and only cut, it adds to the finish Vintage parking assistance front / rear wheels 17 “or even chrome mirrors. Moved only 1.2 TSI and 1.6 TDI developing 105 both horses choice in manual or DSG 7, she offers to 780 € less than the Vintage finish, or from € 19,950.

Second special series, the Beetle “Art.” The one who wants original offers no less than 8 different decorations affixed to the roof with a reminder on the glove box. Sailor, Zebra, rainbow or flowers, there is something for everyone.

High fashion as a model

Also based on finishing Vintage, she adds dual-zone automatic climate control, electrically folding mirrors or a home base for iPod / iPhone. In addition to the blocks of the Beetle “Origin”, this version of “Art” also offers the 2.0 TDI 140 hp. Charged € 570 more than the Vintage finish, prices start at € 21,300.

Third in the Beetle Collection 2014, the special series “Couture”. Offered in coupe and cabriolet, she wants upscale. Also based on the vintage, it adds a padded Nappa leather upholstery, alloy wheels 18 “, carpets of specific soil, stitching, Xenon headlights …

Sporty atmosphere

Note that the Beetle “Couture” also creates a black coupé roof and window on tinted, and a cabriolet wind deflector. In essence it is adorned the 1.2 TSI and 1.4 TSI 105 160, and the diesel 1.6 TDI and 2.0 TDI 105 140. Starting price. € 25,350 in coupe, cabriolet € 29,100

Finally, this Volkswagen Beetle “GT Cox “to look rather sporty. 18 wheels, side stickers (as well as the glove and mirrors), it also chooses the R-Line package including rear diffuser, chrome inserts … Selected blocks range from 160 to 210 hp petrol and 140 in diesel. Starting price: € 27,080 coupe, cabriolet € 30,430.’

– Autoplus, France.

For 2015 the range was continued however the ‘Art’ was replaced by a new model ‘Color’.

2015 brochure scans courtesy Bram Collier.

This page last modified: 2018-01-18