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A slightly wider stance gives the Beetle Dune a more aggressive look from the front.
The optional lighting package adds bi-xenon headlamps and LED daytime running lights.
Inspired by, but surely not a copy, of vintage baja bugs, the Beetle Dune takes a slightly more aggressive stance than the regular edition.
A rear diffuser stands in for a skid plate. A very wimpy skid plate.
18" aluminum alloy wheels won't get very far on the dirt, but they are pretty nice looking on the pavement.
The Beetle Dune has got new side moldings and a whopping .4-inches more ground clearance that your standard Beetle.
The Beetle Dune looks just at home in the mountains as the desert.
The Continental Pro-Contact all-season tires on our test car had no problem with the few inches of snow we encountered.
The Beetle Dune comes with heated seats for those cold winter mornings.
The rear of the Beetle Dune is dominated by a large rear spoiler.
Contrasting piping along the seats make the style lines inside the Beetle Dune pop.
The Beetle's traditional secondary or Kaeferfach glove box makes an appearance on the Dune as well.
By incorporating the exterior color into the inside, the Beetle Dune has a lively interior.
Contrasting stitching and special Dune emblem make for a unique leather-wrapped steering wheel.
MIB II infotainment features App-Connect technology with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and MirrorLink.
A six-speed automatic transmission with a sport mode is standard.