So up until recently, I hadn't driven a New New Beetle. (I don't think that's what it's called. To me, the post-1998 VW "Beetle"s were the "New Beetle" so when they changed the design for 2013, I think it was, I think if it as the New New Beetle.
Anyway, I'd been wanting to drive one. Enterprise rental car had one when I was renting one time, but I didn't know that until I was in the parking lot and it was too late then.
Since my plane was down for 5+ months over the winter, and the last
flight I took in it was the one that ended with it being damaged, I
thought it might be a really smart thing to go get some dual time with
an instructor. So I took two flights over the winter to get some
take-off and landing practice. That was very useful, and I'm glad I
did it. One of the times I combined it with taking my car for an oil
change. I borrowed one of their fleet vehicles while mine was being
worked on; it was a Beetle:
They've moved away from the single round instrument, so that's a change. A very nice instrument panel, though.
They did a really superb job of sculpting the right side of the dash
The upper glove box is meant to look like the vintage Beetle's only glove box. However, there's another, bigger one down below (which contains an iPad cable, presumably for audio, highlighted by the green arrow):
The luggage area is definitely bigger than mine, which is great. It
actually does have a latch:
Which is the VW logo in the back.
It was very nice to drive. I liked it. I think I like the aesthetic of my car better, which more suggests an original Beetle, but this would be a fine car.