Oct 28th,2023 – The Volkswagen Auto show displayed an array of unique historical bugs, beetles, and more. The event was located in Fauquier high school in the parking lot. Take a look at the gallery.
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The Volkswagen Beetle, often referred to as the VW Bug, was first introduced in 1938 in Germany. It was designed by Ferdinand Porsche and his team, commissioned by Adolf Hitler to create an affordable and practical car for the German people. Production began before World War II, but it wasn’t until after the war that the Beetle gained significant popularity.
The Beetle continued production for many years and became an iconic car worldwide. It was manufactured in various forms and versions until the last original Beetle rolled off the assembly line in Puebla, Mexico, in 2003. However, Volkswagen later introduced a new generation of the Beetle, relaunching it in 2011 and discontinuing it again in 2019. Throughout its different iterations, the Beetle had a significant impact on automotive history and culture, spanning several decades.
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