Volkswagen has reworked the style of its product, including a revamped front bumper, a large rear spoiler and 18-inch "Canyon" aluminum-alloy wheels.
To emphasize its "all-terrain" qualities, the car's ride height has been raised 0.4 inches, and the Dune's stance has been widened by 0.6 inches. The car will be equipped with a 1.8 liter gasoline four-cylinder engine and six-speed automatic transmission.
On the inside, the 2016 Dune vehicle will be kitted out with sport seats, along with an array of technology to add a fresh take on the old Baja Bugs. The Dune will include VW's entertainment and connectivity systems, which allows the car to hook up to specific smartphone platforms.
If customers desire it, there are two packages: the "lighting package" with LED license plate lighting and running lights; and the "technology package" which has a dual-zone automatic climate control and a sound system created by amplifier manufacturer, Fender. The vehicle will be available in both coupe and convertible.