This trendy girl is a master of turning heads, but what happens when you get to sit together for a little conversation? Well, she doesn't quite manage to deliver what you expect, but she does play some games that can generate attraction.
The first thing you notice when you climb aboard is the low glasshouse, which gives you a dynamic impression. Next, our attention was drawn by the carbon-like trimming, which cover a generous area of the dashboard, with this shape, together with the classic layout of the glove box, reminding us of the classic Beetle.
Her sport seats manage to deliver a good compromise between comfort and a little bit of attitude, even though they lack proper lateral support. She constantly likes to play with your mind, so she'll also hit you with light rings placed around the front doors speakers.
As for the ergonomics, these deserve a high mark, which was predictable, since we're talking about a VW interior.
However, in the Beetle's case, the whole is less than the sum of its parts. While you can also add good interior space in the front (the rear individual seats, a trick borrowed from the Scirocco, are decent) you'll expect the conclusion to be a top one. But it isn't.
This is because while miss Beetle has many good interior cards, in the end she doesn't play them right, due to the fact that it lack that something special called "fun factor", which means that the cabin can't raise to the standard brought by the exterior. However, compared to the previous generation of the car, the interior is a major improvement in all areas.