Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Seat Belt
The Volkswagen Karmann Ghia is a sports car marketed in 2+2 coupe and 2+2 convertible body styles. It is also known as the Type 14 and Type 34 variant. In its final model year, the rear seat was discontinued in its North American models. This is because it did not have the necessary provisions for seat belts, coupes, and convertibles. The Ghia helped changed the image of Volkswagen, which at the time was known for cheap, economical Bugs and buses. Now it was also known for its beautiful classic cars.
The Volkswagen Karmann Ghia was known for its exterior styling with input from popular designers such as Carrozzeria Ghia, and Virgil Exner. The type 14 Karman Ghia was even noted on the list of the world’s most beautifully designed products by American industrial designer Walter Dorwin Teague.
Later, in 1990, Volkswagen created the Karmann coupe which was a Karmann-Ghia-inspired concept car.
Regardless of how well you drive on the road or how safe the Karmann Ghia is or is not, its safety components are incredibly important. Driving safely on the road, and having all components of the vehicles Supplemental Restraint System in factory conditions are both great ways to help ensure your safety. If you are ever in an accident, you want to make sure the vehicle can protect you the best it can. For this to happen, you may need to get some parts replaced, repaired, or reset. Safety Restore can help with your Volkswagen Karmann Ghia seat belt repair, SRS airbag modules reset, cluster repair, and more! Visit SafetyRestore.com for more information.