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Donald and Eric take a trip back through time, or maybe to an alternate Jules Verne-inspired future. Wherever we are, the gadgets are distinctly retro and lovingly hacked together. Even old Jedi master Yoda seems a little different.
The 2013 Beetle is still a trip back in time, but it's no longer that far back.