Prisijungė: 2007 03 23 Pranešimai: 5266 Miestas: Sos tinė
Parašytas: 2012 11 30 Pen., 21:23 Rašyti temą:
Šią savaitę spaudai, o šiandien lankytojams duris atvėrė Los Andželo automobilių paroda LA Auto Show 2012. Kaip ir žadėta, Volkswagenas oficialiai pristatė Beetle kabrioletą. Parodoje gyvai pademonstruoti penki skirtingų komplektacijų automobiliai.
Modelių paįvairinimui gamintojai sukūrė skirtingas kabrioletų modifikacijas - 50s, 60s, 70s, R-Line. Kiekvienas pirkėjas galės išsirinkti skirtingai sukomplektuotus kabrioletus, retro ar sportinio stiliaus Vabalą.
Kabrioletai siūlomi su šiais varikliais:
2.0 TSI - 200 AG
2.5 - 170 AG
2.0 TDI - 140 AG
Volkswagen launches a Beetle designed solely with dynamics in mind: the new GSR. The exclusive, powerful 155 kW / 210 PS model will take centre stage at its world premiere at the Chicago Auto Show from 7th to 18th February. Limited edition: 3,500 cars; worldwide. GSR a quaint abbreviation with a legendary predecessor: the Yellow/Black Racer" based on the Beetle 1303 S. And only 3,500 cars of the earlier model were produced as well. Exactly 40 years ago, the sportiest series production Beetle of all time made its debut. Its yellow/black body made it instantly recognisable. In 2013, Volkswagen is writing a further chapter in the history of the iconic car with the new Beetle GSR. Just like its predecessor, the current version is also being launched as a two-colour model. Orders for the Beetle GSR can be made from May onwards; the cars will be delivered from the autumn. Price in Germany: 30,300.
With respect to the look of the Beetle GSR, Volkswagen has systematically re-interpreted the concept of the 1970s GSR for the modern era. Just like the GSR from days gone by, the body of the new version is yellow. The bonnet and the boot lid of the 1973 Beetle were painted in matt black, as were the bumpers. Black trim strips underneath the side windows and black/yellow side stripes above the doorsills rounded off the look. Now, yellow and black are the link between old and new the bonnet and the boot lid of the new Beetle GSR are black once again, however the roof and the exterior mirror trims are also black on the new model. Black/yellow stripes with GSR lettering ensure a unique silhouette above the side sills. Yellow painted bumpers in new R-Line design and a yellow/black rear spoiler complete the GSR look. As opposed to the older Beetle, the Beetle GSR can also be ordered in Platinum Grey / Black as an alternative.
The 15-inch steel wheels (with 175 size tyres) which were commonly used 40 years ago, even for sporty cars, and the Tornado 19-inch alloy wheels (painted black) with 235/40 tyres on the Beetle GSR are worlds apart.
The black/yellow interior of the GSR from days gone by featured a leather sports steering wheel and sports seats for an extra-dynamic Beetle performance.
Four decades later, it is the ergonomically sophisticated, R-Line racing track sports seats (with fabric covers and contrasting yellow stitching; US version in black leather), a high-grip leather sports steering wheel (again with contrasting yellow stitching) with R-Line logo and a limited edition badge with the special edition number (1 to 3,500) which give the GSR its special character. The car also boasts an R-Line dash pad (designer panel for the dashboard), GSR gear stick, leather handbrake lever and black floor mats with contrasting yellow embroidery.
40 years ago, the yellow/black Beetle needed precisely 50 PS to turn the world of compact cars on its head. But this world has long been turning much faster. The new Beetle GSR with its 210 PS engine needs just 7.3 seconds to accelerate to 100 km/h (0-60 mph in 6.6 s). It has a top speed of 229 km/h (130 mph). The torque characteristic of the Beetle GSR is even more impressive than the pure road performance. From as low as 1,700 rpm, the turbo engine achieves its maximum torque of 280 Nm; the value remains at this high level up to 5,200 rpm. However, despite this, the car records an average consumption of 7.3 l/100 km which is low in view of its dynamic performance. As an option, the new Beetle GSR can also be ordered anywhere in the world with an automatic 6-speed, dual-clutch gearbox (DSG) as an alternative to the 6-speed manual gearbox.
The combination of performance, design, equipment and the limited number of cars will ensure that the Beetle GSR will quickly become a collectors item. The same was also true of the Beetle 1303 S today it is one of the most expensive and most sought-after 1970s versions of what was then the most successful car in the world. It will therefore be interesting to see what the Beetle GSR will be valued at in the year 2053. Well let you know...
Prisijungė: 2012 08 15 Pranešimai: 1460 Miestas: Vilnius
Parašytas: 2013 02 09 Št., 0:13 Rašyti temą:
Mano manimu, vabalas (bent jau ankstesni modeliai) Traukia savo neiprastom formom. O dabar is jo bandoma padaryti "ferari" Cia panasu kaip pop muzika. svarbu trumpas sijonas ir didele krutine. Ir aisku tai grazu, bet nera sielos....
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Prisijungė: 2007 03 23 Pranešimai: 5266 Miestas: Sos tinė
Parašytas: 2013 11 10 Sk., 23:24 Rašyti temą:
Vienas automobilis - trys skirtingi modeliai. Vienas muzikinis kūrinys - trys stiliai. Kanadiečių roko grupė Walk off the Earth trijuose stiliuose atlieka dainą "Gang of Rhythm".
Paspaudę vieną iš langelių peršoksite į kitą stilių ir kurioje dainos sekundėje bebūtumėte, paspaudę peršoksite į kitos dainos tą pačią sekundę.
Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross Team presents the GRC Beetle with more than 560 hp and all-wheel-drive
Volkswagen Beetle will enter motorsports in the U.S. this summer. At the Chicago Auto Show today, Volkswagen of America presents the Rallycross-Beetle with all-wheel-drive and a TSI engine that delivers more than 560 hp (412 kW).
Volkswagen partners with Andretti Autosport to form the Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross team, running two cars in the series for drivers Tanner Foust and Scott Speed. The team will initially compete this season with modified Polo rally cars, built on the chassis that won the 2013 World Rally Championship for drivers and manufacturers, and will switch during the season to the fearsome GRC Beetle shown in Chicago.
This all-wheel-drive rallycross car is the ultimate expression of the third-generation Beetle and will feature more than 560 horsepower from its turbocharged and direct-injection TSI engine.
Rallycross is the fastest growing form of motorsports in the U.S., attracting big crowds at venues across the country as well as live TV coverage. Cars are pitted against each other and the clock in a series of heats on a closed course thats usually a mixture of dirt and pavement, with jumps of 20 meters and more.
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