That's VW's name for its diesel models, and the car on display was actually the of the 2013 Volkswagen Beetle TDI, which will go on sale later this year.
Think of cars that can go 200 mph, and things like Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and Dodge Hellcats come to mind. But one Volkswagen Beetle can run with all of them.
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The Volkswagen Beetles in any of its available forms is capable of serving up comfort and fun in very large doses. Which is the best? This of course depends upon individual personal needs, tastes and driving preferences. My 2013 TDI Coupe was certainly a joy to drive with its close ratio 6-speed manual gearbox, although with today’s advancements in automatic transmission capabilities, I would personally opt for VW’s DSG automatic with paddle shifters, which seems to offer the best of both worlds.
1973 Volkswagen Super Beetle photographed in Alexandria, Virginia, USA.
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