Customized VW Beetle introduced at SEMA image

A customized version of the Volkswagen Beetle, signed by Tanner Foust and RAUH-Welt Begriff, has been officially introduced at the 2014 SEMA Motor Show, in a premiere.

The Volkswagen Beetle by Tanner Foust and RAUH-Welt Begriff has been officially presented to the public during the 2014th edition of the SEMA Motor Show. The model in question has been equipped with a wide body kit, which is increasing its width by up to 8 inches. The vehicle has been based on the R-Line model and it is now riding on 18-inch Motegi Racing Traklite wheels.

The cabin of this one-off vehicle has been equipped with a lot of R-Line accessories, which include the updated shift knob or the pedal set. Power to the model in question is being provided by a 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine which has received some performance upgrades, but we are not sure how much it is producing at this time. In standard form, the unit is good for 210 HP (157 kW) and 280 Nm (207 lb-ft) of torque. The engine is connected to the wheels through a 6-speed manual or through a 6-speed DSG transmission. More details on the Volkswagen Beetle by Tanner Foust and RAUH-Welt Begriff are limited at the moment.