I have never been a fan of the VWBug or Beatle as it is properly known. The cars are too cute for my tastes. The company has unveiled a new green version of the Bug that looks much more appealing to my eyes called the E-Bugster.
The car takes its name from the fact that it has electric power and speedster. Speedsters are generally open top cars. The concept video certainly looks very high tech. The things that make the car look better to me include the chopped roof and wider stance.
The car is fully electric with no emissions. VW offers no indication of just how far the concept might drive on a charge or what the powertrain uses. The car appears to be a convertible hard top. What do you think about the E-Bugster? I think it’s too cool for the name.
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