Volkswagen ‘s model always in its own class. Back in the days, Volkswagen release a special-edition model of the popular Beetle with the designation “GSR”, which stands for “Gelb Schwarzener Renner” or when it is translated it give the meaning “Yellow Black Racer.” As the name suggested, that Beetle was dressed in yellow and black though, more importantly, it was far sportier and more exclusive than most Beetles of its kind with only 3,500 units built.
As a special edition model, the Beetle GSR’s overall design is pretty much in line with the standard model’s looks. The xenon headlights are there, but what makes it stand out is that yellow and black, two-tone color scheme that makes the Beetle stand out from the crowd. Volkswagen did a pretty impressive job on detailing the colors, beginning with a predominantly yellow body with a matte-black finishes on the hood, trunk lid, and bumpers. The trim strips underneath the side windows, the rocker panels, exterior mirror caps, and the trunk lid are all dressed in black.
We all know that the interior of the Beetle still offers a decent amount of space. It could’ve been roomier, but you really can’t ask for anything more given the fact that it’s still a compact car.
Having said that, the Beetle GSR’s interior does come with some fresh touches, including black-trimmed leather seats that have unique yellow stitching. Incidentally, the steering wheel, leather-wrapped handbrake lever and floor mats were also designed with this look, while a badge on the steering wheel bears the number of each car.
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