• Volkswagen is killing off its iconic Beetle, but the car is getting a new look before it disappears

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    Volkswagen announced on Thursday that it will be ending production of the iconic VW Beetle in 2019.
    The company will celebrate the car by adding two new models, Final Edition SE and Final Edition SEL, that give the car a whole new look.
    All Final Edition models will offer driver-assistance technology, Bluetooth technology, SiriusXM radio, Voice Control, and the exclusive Volkswagen Car-Net App-Connect smartphone integration system.
    The Final Edition Beetles will range from $23,045 to $29,995 depending on the model unit.
    Volkswagen announced on September 13 that it will be ending production...
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  • Volkswagen is ending its Beetle production

    Volkswagen is ending its Beetle production

    10 days ago - By Reuters

    Volkswagen announced it will end production of its iconic Beetle model in 2019, as the automaker prepares for a leap toward a future of mass-market electric cars. Michelle Hennessy reports.
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  • End of the road for Volkswagen's iconic Beetle after 80 years on the market

    10 days ago - By RT

    German automaker Volkswagen announced it will stop making its iconic Beetle car which first rolled off the production lines in 1938. The carmaker says it will focus on more popular areas such as SUVs and electric vehicles.
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  • Volkswagen to Kill Off Its Iconic Beetle. Here's When

    11 days ago - By Fortune

    Volkswagen is exterminating its iconic Beetle car after nearly 80 years on the market.
    On Thursday, Volkswagen of America confirmed it would end production of the Beetle next year while unveiling what will be the last two Beetle models: Final Edition SE and Final Edition SEL, which will be available in coupe and convertible editions.
    "The loss of the Beetle after three generations, over nearly seven decades, will evoke a host of emotions from the Beetle's many devoted fans," Volkswagen of America CEO Hinrich Woebcken said in a statement. Instead, Volkswagen will spend its efforts and...
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