The 2018 Volkswagen Beetle has got a lot going for it, but what really sets it apart is its handling.
The 2017 model is a little lighter, the 2018 model is slightly more sporty and the 2018 Beetle comes with a much more advanced system that lets you tailor the ride to the road.
The 2018 Beetle is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that is turbocharged.
The engine is turbocharger-fed, which means it uses high-pressure fuel to boost engine torque and power.
This boosts fuel economy by up to 20mpg, which is higher than the Beetle’s previous generation but still in line with other VW models.
The turbochargers also provide more power than before, up to 140hp (98kW) and 138 lb-ft (62Nm).
That makes the 2018 VW Beetle’s handling more responsive and agile than the 2017 model, which was also capable of handling the most demanding road conditions.
The 2019 model is also a bit more sportier, thanks to a larger rear decklid and revised suspension design.
The suspension is lighter and more responsive thanks to an improved strut-tower brace and a new dampers.
Both of these changes help the 2019 model handle the bumps better, and it is a nice upgrade from the 2017 car’s handling.
But the 2019 Volkswagen Beetle also has a bigger roofline, which makes it more stable on rough roads.
The new roofline also helps with the car’s aerodynamics, which are still relatively sporty.
The interior has been upgraded to include more comfortable seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a full-size dashboard.
It has been redesigned for the 2018, too.
The driver’s seat is now a larger touchscreen with a new instrument panel.
The seats are much wider, too, thanks in part to a redesigned dashboard that makes it easier to find information and directions.
The cabin has also been updated for the 2019, with a full leather interior, a fully redesigned dash, and new digital instrumentation.
The front seats are larger and more comfortable, thanks, in part, to a new fabric-covered steering wheel and pedals.
And the 2018 and 2019 models also get a new audio system, a six-speaker sound system, new infotainment and infotecks, and the latest safety technology.
The changes make the 2018 Volkswagen Beet’s handling a little less sporty than its predecessor.
It still handles the most difficult conditions, but it also is much more forgiving and efficient.
In fact, the 2019 Beetle’s top speed is now about 30 mph (46kmh), up from 27 mph (45kmh) in the 2017.
That is enough to take you from zero to 60 mph (88 kmh).
The 2018 model gets more tech, too: The 2018 is equipped with an 8.0L V6 engine with a six speed manual gearbox and automatic transmission.
The 5.0 liter four-valve engine in the 2019 is a 6.0 litre twin-turbocharged four-cam V8.
The four-speed manual transmission is now available on the 2018 models, while the 6.5 litre four-wheel drive system is on the 2019 models.
This is a big change.
In the past, the engine had been limited to 4.0 l/100kmh (3.9 mph) and 3.7 l/105kmh, which translates to a 0 to 60-mph (0.7 to 1.3 km/h) time of about 5 seconds.
Now, the automatic transmission has been given the best gear in the new engine.
The manual transmission can now be adjusted from 0 to 5,000 rpm, and that allows for a slightly lower top speed of about 27 mph.
That speed is good enough for a nice little cruise, and for the most part the 2018 has more grip than the 2019.
It also has more power, and we’re talking much more than the previous-generation Beetle’s powertrain.
The power output has been increased, too; the turbocharged engine produces 160hp (132kW), which is more than twice the previous engine’s power.
In terms of torque, the new 5.5-liter turbocharged V8 is now up to 210lb-ft of torque (160Nm) and up to 280lb-lb of torque at 5,800 rpm.
The 6.3 litre V8 engine in both the 2018 or 2019 models has also received a new cooling system that increases the engine’s efficiency by 40 percent compared to the previous generation.
The two-piece air conditioning package also gets a major overhaul.
The standard six-speed automatic transmission gets a new gearbox that is now limited to a maximum of 7,500 rpm.
That’s up from 6,500 to 8,000 in the previous model.
A six-position paddle shifter and paddle shifters in the front and rear seats get new air conditioning