Volkswagen is trying to prove that the new Beetle R Concept is truly masculine, so the car was presented at the Los Angeles Auto Show, is the best proof to see that the VW brand is not joking.
The second generation of Volkswagen Beetle (unless we count the legendary original model) seems to be very decided to break the tradition line which is inspired a little bit. The design is not only for male, but also for both human beeings and the dynamic behavior of the freshly R Concept, presented by the Germans at Los Angeles Auto Show in 2011, is a tempting promise for a hot-hatch segment. The car is developed by R GmbH, who is responsible for developing the most radical sport compact model from Volkswagen Golf R to Scirocco R. Although, they did not released any information about what you might find under the hood of the concept, but the German engineers let us to understand that the engine could be a 2.0 liter turbo unit, whose power amounts 200 hp and can be easily supplemented.
From a visual standpoint, Volkswagen Beetle R Concept respects the ingredients of a true hot hatch. The sport bumpers displays large ventilation intakes and a discharge position on the front of the car, while the rear wheels have huge 20 inch rims with blue spot calipers, a sporty look of the exterior which is completed by the discreet and effective spoiler. The interior ill benefit from Nappa leather that will take place onto the sport seats and gloss black trim on the dashboard.