Volkswagen has introduced three special edition Beetle Convertible models to celebrate the droptop’s launch. The vehicles are designed to evoke three distinct decades in American cultural history: the 1950s, the 1960s and the 1970s, says the automaker.
The ’50s Edition (front in the above image) is painted classic black and it arrives with a tan interior and chrome dog dish hubcaps. The ’60′s Edition (middle in the above image) has Denim Blue paint to remind owners of the period’s blue jeans two-tone seats (Volkswagen calls them “groovy”) and spoked alloy wheels. Lastly, the ’70s Edition (back in the above image) is distinguished by its Toffee Brown paint and chromed wheels, to remind owners of the sophisticated side of the decade.
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