Volkswagen said on Thursday that it will stop production of its Beetle compact car in 2019, which looked behind the counterculture of the 1960s, because the automaker would massively make a jump to the future of the market electric cars. is ready.
Originally developed in the 1930s, VW Beetle traveled with Adolf Hitler with a product identified as a symbol of Germany's rebirth as a democratic, industrial powerhouse after World War II. In the 1960s, the Beetle Poster was a beautiful-looking icon of the Baby Boom Generation. Volkswagen closed the sale of "Bug" in 1979, but continued production for Mexico and Latin America.
Volkswagen to end the production of Beetle next year, in the mid-1990s, when Volkswagen was struggling to re-sell the sale in the United States, then-Chief Executive Ferdinand Porsche had his grandfather Inspired to revive and modernize leading specific Beetle design, Ferdinand Porsche