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July 30.07.2003, XNUMX | The last Beetle leaves the factory in Mexico

The Beetle is one of the most iconic vehicles in automotive history. It was built during the Nazi regime as a car for people, but began to fulfill its task only after the Second World War. 

July 30.07.2003, XNUMX | The last Beetle leaves the factory in Mexico

The XNUMXs and XNUMXs were amazing for Volkswagen, which not only motorized the Germans, but also performed well in other markets. During the following decades, factories were opened in many countries, but the most important was the factory located in Mexico.

It was there that the model was produced to the end. On July 30, 2003, the last classic Beetle left the Puebla factory. During this time, more than 21,5 million vehicles left factories around the world. The last copy made went to the museum in Wolfsburg.

In the meantime, the New Beetle was produced and the Beetle now remains in the Volkswagen lineup, which is no longer intended for the motorization of the public. This is a lifestyle product.

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July 30.07.2003, XNUMX | The last Beetle leaves the factory in Mexico

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