Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet 2013 - Driving scenes

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VW I.D. BUZZ INTERIOR REVIEW 2018 VW Campervan INTERIOR 2018 Electric VW ID REVIEW New CARJAM
VW I.D. BUZZ INTERIOR REVIEW VW Campervan INTERIOR 2018 Electric VW ID Interior 2017 Watch in UltraHD + SUBSCRIBE #CARJAMTV CARJAM TV - Subscribe Here Now https://www.youtube.com/user/CarjamRadio/videos Like Us Now On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CarjamTV For The World's Best Car Videos Website: http://www.carjamtv.com CARJAM TV: WORLD’S BEST CAR VIDEOS In the VW I.D. interior the conventional cockpit no longer exists. The VW ID MPV instead projects the key information by means of an AR (augmented reality) Head-up Display into the driver's field of vision – in 3D, in virtual format onto the road. VW I.D. interior features such as the VW ID infotainment and air-conditioning functions are operated via a removable tablet. The main VW ID interior controls for driving, meanwhile, are located on the VW ID steering wheel. Its inner section is not – as is normal today – fitted with spokes and buttons, but rather has a kind of touchpad with capacitive fields, thus turning the traditional steering wheel into a multi-functional touch-sensitive VW ID steering wheel. The use of space in the VW ID concept car, which has up to eight seats, is better than in any other electric vehicle. The multi-variable seating and interactive integration of the VW ID BUZZ makes a great deal possible. Thanks to the extended MEB XL platform, this 4,942 mm long, 1,976 mm wide and 1,963 mm high concept vehicle provides what for its class are extraordinary VW I.D. interior spatial dimensions inside as well. Volkswagen is demonstrating with the I.D. BUZZ concept vehicle in Detroit just how rich in features the electric mobility of tomorrow will be – an all- wheel drive plus VW I.D. interior spatial marvel with electric motors on front and rear axles, a fully automated driving mode (I.D. Pilot) and a new generation of indicators and controls. "The I.D. BUZZ is the next generation MPV. Its electric range as per the NEDC is up to 600 kilometres", explains Dr Frank Welsch, Member of the Board of Management Volkswagen Brand for the Development Division. The I.D. BUZZ takes on new energy inductively or from a charging station. At a charging power of 150 kW, it takes around 30 minutes to charge up to 80 per cent. It was just four months ago that Volkswagen unveiled the little brother of the I.D. BUZZ at the Paris Motor Show: the VW I.D.3 It too – a revolution. A compact electric car that will launch as of 2020 with ranges of up to 600 kilometres. The first car to go into series production based on the MEB. And the first Volkswagen concept car that can be driven in fully automated mode. The new VW I.D. BUZZ is now the first VW MPV with which that is possible: all that is needed is a gentle push on the steering wheel and it instantly moves back, melts into the cockpit and switches the VW I.D. BUZZ from manual into the fully automated 'I.D. Pilot' mode (envisaged as of 2025). Now, the VW I.D. driver's seat can be turned around and the driver can face the passengers in the back. Laser scanners, ultrasound sensors, radar sensors, area-view cameras and a front camera scan the surrounding area, with other traffic data being received via the Cloud.





Volkswagen Beetle Cabrio. Modelo 2013. Proceso para poner el cubre capota
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2018 Mercedes E-Class Convertible Test Drive
NEW Mercedes E-Class Convertible Test Drive. The new midsize droptop will debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Mercedes-Benz has been teasing us on the forthcoming 2018 E-Class Cabriolet for a while now, but the wait is over. Nestled among numerous other Mercedes debuts at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, the all-new E-Class Cabriolet is the latest addition to the manufacturer’s recast W213-generation midsize segment. Not surprisingly, it pretty much looks just like the prototype cabrio we drove about a month ago in Arizona, minus the few bits of camouflage still festooned to the pre-production car that, as far as we can tell, didn’t really hide anything revolutionary. Compared to the previous-generation car, the new droptop is a touch longer at 190 inches and wider at 73.2 inches. It’s a bit higher as well, though it sits roughly a half-inch lower than the current E300 sedan. Optional adjustable dampers offer a wide range of settings, while multi-chamber air suspension offers three firmness settings to accommodate cruising or canyon carving. The optional Dynamic Select system allows drivers to customize everything from suspension settings to throttle response and transmission shift points. The cabrio gets the same 329-horsepower, 3.0-liter biturbo V6 and 9G-Tronic nine-speed automatic found in the E-Class Coupe. As with its convertible C-Class and S-Class siblings, power can be shuffled to either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive platforms. Mercedes hasn’t released performance figures, but we estimate rear-wheel drive models to reach 60 miles per hour in roughly 5.5 seconds. Expect the all-wheel drive version to take a bit longer. There are no real surprises inside the cabrio, which pulls directly from the coupe for inspiration. That means jet-inspired air vents, LED ambient lighting with 64 colors, numerous color choices for leather, even more choices for interior trim, and a suite of Mercedes luxury that includes the standard 12.3-inch display, or an optional digital instrument cluster. Should you desire a chilly top-down sprint across town, the manufacturer’s Aircap and Airscarf systems are available to both deflect wind and keep warm air nestled in the cabin. Our time in the cabrio prototype didn’t involve cold weather, but we can attest to the lack of wind in the cabin with the roof down. The big news obviously is the fabric soft top, which gives the cabrio all the coupe’s sex appeal when up and plenty of smooth Mercedes style when down. The roof retracts in less than 20 seconds and can be operated at speeds up to 30 mph. The top is available in four colors – dark brown, dark blue, red, or black – and it’s protected in the truck via retractable cover when down. Pricing hasn’t been released, but it should be fairly close to the current model’s $63,000 tag. A special 25th Anniversary model that Mercedes says is “aimed primarily at collectors” will feature numerous aesthetic upgrades and likely cost a fair chunk more. The E-Class Cabriolet will be available in the U.S. by the end of the year.





2013 Volkswagen VW Beetle Cabriolet 2.0 TDI 70's - Fahrbericht der Probefahrt / Test / Review
Mit dem 2013 Volkswagen VW Beetle Cabriolet 2.0 TDI 70's Edition sind wir zwei Wochen lang in und um Bielefeld herum gefahren. Die Erfahrungen unserer Probefahrt haben wir in dem Fahrbericht auf unseren Blogs veröffentlicht. Hier unter ausfahrt.tv zeigen wir einen kurzen Zusammenschnitt unseres Review mit dem 2013 Volkswagen VW Beetle Cabriolet. Ihr habt weitere Fragen? Postet diese doch gerne als Kommentar, als Video-Antwort oder in unseren Blogposts. Ihr wollt uns folgen? Bitte gerne: im Blog: http://ausfahrt.tv bei Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/ausfahrttv bei Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AutoFahrberichte bei Google+: https://plus.google.com/114700611739444580366 bei Twitter: https://twitter.com/ausfahrttv Jens Stratmann: http://rad-ab.com http://jens-stratmann.de Jan Gleitsmann: http://auto-geil.de http://sed-cars.com




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