The Long Goodbye Begins; Retro-themed Beetle Goes to The Beach The news conjures up a few Beatles songs—The Long & Winding Road, Hello Goodbye; we could go on. As we were wrapping up our test of the 2018 Volkswagen Beetle, VW announced that production was coming to an end next year, so this became a little more of a retrospective. The silhouette is unmistakable Three generations over nearly seven decades, more than 21.5 million units comes down to this. For 2018 the Beetle comes as a convertible or a coupe with trim lines of S, SE, Dune and Coast–the last one was our test model. The design is immediately recognizable as there is nothing on the road even remotely having the same silhouette. Of course, it has been seriously updated since the first Beetles were released in 1939. In 1998 the engine migrated from the rear to the front, and it went from rear-wheel to front-wheel drive. With more than 23 million Beetles produced, there is a probability that a good number of the world’s population has driven or rode in one. Beetle Power All 2018 Beetles are powered by what Volkswagen says is its “most advanced engine ever”… Read full this story
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