H&R Volkswagen Beetle Dune

H&R Volkswagen Beetle Dune
The recently informed Volkswagen Beetle Dune, which is an standard orderly, front-wheel-ride Bug with a gentle mixture raise and counterfeit board bases on its front and breed bumpers, left us confused during test. Intended to make the raised, knobby-tired, Beetle based Bugs of yore, the act version would get fastened in a soil marking fast than you can say dune. Those debased beliefs are what made this Beetle Dune uniformed by H&R distinctive springs such an astonishment.


HR Volkswagen Beetle Dune


Brand-new springs give the Bug a mixture raise, while a set of wheel spacers move the rally-style Rotiform wheels out a bit for a chunkier position. The Bug remains front-wheel ride, but the beamy line and gentle raise give its visual cognition a much-needed raise.
H&R cheekily met an arrangement of secondary lights to the Bug’s nose, a flask to the indoor and a 102-inch off-road instrument antenna to the trunklid. Satisfactory, so the Dune retains its capital six-speed auto transmission and turbocharged 1.8-liter four-cylinder, but hey, there’s a dune image scattered across each door.