In its 81-year run, the Beetle sold over 23 million units. In 2019 the final Beetle rolled off the line in Puebla, Mexico. After eight decades, has the Volkswagen Beetle finally hit the end of the road?
Scott Keogh, Volkswagen America CEO, says “never say never.”
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The Rise And Fall Of The Volkswagen Beetle
German auto giant Volkswagen launchs the final edition of its iconic “Beetle” car from its Mexican factory in Puebla. The bug-shaped metallic blue sedan rolls off the production line in central Mexico to rapturous applause, the last of a model first manufactured in the late 1930s. IMAGES
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