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2010 Volkswagen New Beetle Convertible by CFC - Click above for image gallery

German company Car Film Components decided to add a little style to the outgoing Volkswagen New Beetle. It seems strange to supply radical appearance modifications to a car that's leaving the marketplace soon, but CFC hopes its sticker package can add some much-needed love to the New Beetle's appearance.

The foil-wrap aesthetic upgrade covers the fenders, bumpers and side skirts. Some interior bits get the treatment as well. Setting off the look of the busybody sticker package is a set of 19-inch Oxigin wheels wrapped in Kumho rubber. Buyers can also specify a coilover suspension kit.

The bad part? Customers should expect to pay around €5,000 to achieve the look. That's a lot of coin to stickerbomb your Volkswagen. To hear more, check out the CFC press release after the jump.Continue reading VW New Beetle Convertible gets stickerbombed
VW New Beetle Convertible gets stickerbombed originally appeared on Autoblog on Sun, 29 May 2011 16:03:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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