The vehicle is expected in 2016 with Europe getting it first. It has not yet been confirmed for the US although the Beetle is a popular model here and it certainly makes sense. That said, whether it comes or not VWboost itself does not care. If we are to get a special edition Beetle, we would prefer a Beetle R than a Beetle raised 50mm with some wider bodywork.
The guy in charge of the Beetle's marketing for VW stated himself this is a car with mostly cosmetic upgrades, 'The difference between the Dune and the base Beetle is almost exclusively visual. But the more self-assured stance, the redesigned front and rear ends as well as the inspiring crossover character make this version quite special. We believe in fact that the Dune - which will be offered as coupé and cabriolet - is going to be an integral part of the future Beetle line-up.'
You can do better than just a raised beetle with cosmetic upgrades VW.