Volkswagen Beetle R-Line Coupe gets priced in the U.S. image

Volkswagen has recently announced the official starting price of the new top of the line Beetle R-Line Coupe in the U.S., which has been set at $30, 930.

The VW Beetle can now be ordered with the R-Line package just like the Tiguan and the CC, and this model is currently replacing the Beetle Turbo, adding features like the navigation system, the upgraded premium sound system, the sunroof, the more aggressive front and rear bumper, the HID headlights, the 19-inch alloy wheels, the stainless steel trim inside and some other tweaks, which should make the model more attractive to its future customers.

The Volkswagen Beetle R-Line Coupe is available to its future customers with the same engine used on the Beetle Turbo and on the Jetta GLI, the 2.0 liter I-4, which is good for 210 HP and 207 lb-ft of torque. The Volkswagen Beetle R-Line Coupe has been priced from 30,930 USD, 935 USD more over the trim it’s replacing, for the base six-speed manual transmission version, while the six-speed dual clutch automatic will set you back for an extra 1,100 USD.