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The Volkswagen Beetle Fender limited-edition model is the result of the collaboration, with the vehicle packing an innovative design which is sure to catch the eye.
For one, the exterior of this special Volkswagen Beetle can only be selected in a Deep Pearl Black paintjob. Such a hue has been selected from the German car giant and Fender to reflect the cover used for Spinal Tap’s infamous album Smell The Glove.
As well as this bold colour choice, the exterior of the limited-edition Volkswagen Beetle Fender also comes packed with a stylish rear spoiler, striking 18-inch 'Discus' alloy wheels and the well-known Fender badge graced across the car's front wing.
There is plenty to talk about when stepping into this innovative vehicle too. To begin with, Volkswagen has opted to decorate the car's dashboard unit in vibrant ‘Sunburst’ wood - the same material used when finishing the design of a classic Fender guitar.
In-car entertainment is also assured through a full-colour touchscreen and MDI multi-device interface, as well as an impressive 400-Watt Fender sound system which comes complete with boot-mounted subwoofer and illuminated front speaker mountings.
Motorists can also be guaranteed a comfortable drive thanks to the inclusion of bespoke ‘Cheyenne’ cloth seats with leather-look side bolsters, while 2Zone climate control and front and rear parking sensors ensure every road trip can be completed without any trouble.
Another major talking point regarding the limited-edition Volkswagen Beetle Fender is the fact that an efficient yet powerful 2.0-litre TDI 140 PS engine is hiding underneath the vehicle's bonnet. This phenomenal motor can be activated either by using a six-speed manual or DSG gearbox.
The Volkswagen Beetle Fender launches across the UK on a limited run on January 2nd 2013.