Much has been made of the more masculine look of the newest car to wear the Beetle name, but in truth, it's just a bit more gender-neutral than the very cute, but also predominantly woman-owned New Beetle.
However you care to draw the lines, however, the lines of the Beetle itself are clearly attractive. Simple, straightforward, with a classic quality that hints at future timelessness, the Beetle's flattened arches and subtle flares could only fit one car. The interior of the Beetle is simple and useful, a nod to its classic predecessor, while incorporating all of the modern digital tech you'd want.
For those with a taste for the look of the Beetle in the 1950s, 1960s, or 1970s, Volkswagen has some ready-made trim lines to evoke the spirit of each decade. The '50s model in particular is compellingly simple and clean in its aesthetic.
The new Beetle GSR model adds its own visual punch, with a black-and-yellow theme inside and out making for a sporty, eye-catching look.