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New VW Beetle

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Unregistered, Apr 18, 2011.

  1. Unregistered

    Unregistered Senior member

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    Looks even more like a Porsche now. Jeremy Clarkson is going to have a field day!

    More info here
     


  2. GusW

    GusW Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I like the rear end. A big improvement. The front could use a bit more spice.
     


  3. Pilot

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    Looks like a photshopped charicature of a 911. I kinda like it.
     


  4. otc

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    I like the rear end. A big improvement. The front could use a bit more spice.
    +1 I would drive the back quarter view... edit: in the picture in the posted link, the front end looks more palatable
     


  5. JayJay

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  6. Reggs

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    I don't necessarily like it, but it's a huge improvement, and definitely made to look more masculine.
     


  7. Harold falcon

    Harold falcon Senior member

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    I can't imagine not mocking a man who drove one of these.
     


  8. pstoller

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    ...definitely made to look more masculine.

    Except for the anime-looking LED eyeliner on the headlights.
     


  9. Reggs

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    Except for the anime-looking LED eyeliner on the headlights.

    Relative to what? A plastic vase to hold flowers on the dash?
     


  10. ALFAMALE

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    nice rims...thats bout it.
     


  11. JayJay

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    I don't necessarily like it, but it's a huge improvement, and definitely made to look more masculine.
    Yes, but still too feminine looking though.
     


  12. CHenry

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    Yes, but still too feminine looking though.

    Darker color will butch it up for you.

    Uncle Ferdinand, such a jokester. Morphing the old new beetle into a hybrid of the Audi TT and the old pumpkinseed.

    I'll take one in black, a convertible, with the R32 engine.
     


  13. aleksandr

    aleksandr Senior member

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    Do I have to turn in my man card if I say I like it? A lot?
     


  14. yjeezle

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    not bad def more masculine.
     


  15. robbie

    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    While it does look like a porsche, no self-respecting man would buy one new.
     


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