Can a ride that found its greatest popularity among flower children and California surfers in the 1960s set down new roots in the digital age? That question seems to be on the minds of folks at Volkswagen, which has sketched out a newfangled concept for the VW camper. The overall look harks back to the 1960s, complete with the two-toned paint job and the V on the snub-nose front end, but modern touches are to be found both inside and out.
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