Newsflash, people: these blogs don’t write themselves. Similarly, Facebook doesn’t create posts all on its own and Twitter is not self-tweeting. A lot of work goes into this stuff, so Volkswagen sent their Social Media Team on a much-deserved vacation. And by “vacation,” we mean “work-filled business trip.” (Don’t worry—it’s a labor of love for these folks.)
The team recentlyhad the opportunity to cover the Beetle Drive event in Berlin, Germany, where automotive journalists got to spend two days with the all-new 2012 Beetle and get up close and personal with several other über-cool Beetles from years past. Our team served double duty, manning the cameras and asking journalists what they think of the 2012 Beetle. Watch the videos below to see their responses.
Automotive journalists gather at the Beetle International Drive event in Berlin, Germany to share their thoughts on the all-new 2012 Volkswagen Beetle.
Automotive journalists at the Beetle International Drive event in Berlin, Germany tell us what about the all-new 2012 Volkswagen Beetle makes them smile.
Automotive journalists at the Beetle International Drive event in Berlin, Germany tell us what about the interior of the all-new 2012 Volkswagen Beetle.
The all-new 2012 Beetle was the star of the show, but it was far from the only attraction. The event also served as a Beetle family reunion with a 1951 Volkswagen Type 1 and a 2003 Final Edition Beetle making special appearances.
Tell us: what about the 2012 Beetle makes you smile?
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