When it comes to the most iconic cars in automotive history, the Volkswagen Beetle is one of them. Intuitively it’s a gorgeous car. However, Type 1 was technically underpowered and unimpressive compared to its competition because its inside was lacking and vastly outweighed by its unorthodox aesthetic.
People are paying tribute to classic cars by transforming them into an even more excellent version of themselves; surprisingly, designer Danni Koldal revamped a regular 1961 Beetle Deluxe into a sleek black matte 1961 Volkswagen Beetle Deluxe Roadster.
Have you ever imagined Batman driving this car?
VW Beetle Deluxe to custom VW Roadster
Moreover, the car underwent significant changes and modifications; a new matte black paint job, installation of shiny rims, whitewall tires, and fender-mounted turn signals.
As well as, there is no roof, no original chrome bumpers, and the windshield is chopped off to make the design more appropriate for race cars and fits the old-school aesthetics.
A sleek matte black paint job and a custom-built hot rod-like body
The transformation was not just an aesthetic overhaul; the car has an 1100 to 1600 CC engine and around 96-112 km/h top speed.
Chopped-off windshield and ‘torpedo’ mirrors
While looking on Koldal’s Instagram, Koldal’s VW roadster was making headlines online and featured on many social media pages and websites. People are falling in love with the design.
No fender turn signals and roof
The car has a Superman hood ornament but resembles Batman.
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