The winter has been approaching to its end and automakers are doing what they can to take the full advantage of frost bike weather to deploy their prototypes. We don’t know if this coincidence or not, but just yesterday we spotted the 2013 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabrio for test drive and now, we got the spyshots of the 2013 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible pounded around the snowy road. Just so you know, the term “convertible”, “roadster”, and “droptop” are having the same meaning which is why we refer the deployment of the different type of German cars are considered to be coincidence since both under the same management of VW Groups.
Okay, back to our main topic about the winter test drive for the 2013 Beetle Convertible which somehow, has invisible US market signs all over its body. As you examine all the spyshots, you probably notice that the droptop version for the compact German bug has not covered in camouflage sheet, but a mysterious black paintjob just like its sister – Porsche. According to autoevolution.com, the 2013 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible is obviously more marketable than the Coupe version because since in some years it managed to outsell the fixed roof counterpart.
The official debut for the 2013 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible is hopefully at the spring auto event which probably the perfect venue will be the New York Auto Show. Well, that explains why we haven’t spotted any camouflage sheet all over this Beetle prototype, right? Also, presenting the 2013 Beetle Convertible in NYC means open the opportunity for early US booking for this compact and agile city car.