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The Volkswagen Beetle Fender Edition

Volkswagen Beettle Fender Edition

The concept car that struck a chord with the public at the 2011 Frankfurt motor show was unveiled at the 2012 Leipzig motor show in Germany, the Volkswagen Beetle Fender Edition.

European and US sales are projected to start during the third quarter of 2012 and the model promises to have the title of cult hero written all over it. Everything from its look to, to its name and features, as well as the vintage-looking press shots drive hope the idea that this may actually be the ultimate hipster car.

Let’s talk about its interior features first, the cabin of the Fender Edition come with a 400-watt, nine-speaker premium Fender audio system. The system is made up of four front tweeters, twin 20cm front and 16cm rear speakers, a 20cm Fender Bassman subwoofer and a 10-channel amplifier.

The dashboard itself maintains the theme featuring the traditional sunburst wood characteristic to Fender guitars, while the upholstery is lined with matching orange contrast stitching.

Looking to the exterior now, all the Beetle Fender Editions will feature a finish in black metallic paint, alongside brushed chrome exterior mirrors, 18-inch ‘disc’ aluminium-alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlights and of course, the famous Fender logo.

And just to throw in that little bit of extra customization, each of the models will come with three limited edition Fender guitar picks, for those who like to strum a chord or two once in a while.

The Fender Edition model will come both in left- and right-hand drive, since UK sales are expected to start in the first half of 2013.

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