VW Beetle Out of Production

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July 11, 2019—The final Volkswagen Beetle rolled off the assembly line in Puebla, Mexico, reported CNETAfter more than seven decades and three generation, the VW Beetle will halt assembly. The final Beetle will be put on display at Volkswagen's museum in Puebla, according to Digital Trends. 

Since the Beetle's inception in 1938, more than 23 million bugs have come out of Volkswagen factories the world over. 

Over the course of three shifts within a 24-hour production day (Monday to Friday and sometimes two shifts on Saturday), 937 new vehicles emerge off the line, 170 to 180 of which are Beetles.

 VW delivered roughly 14,000 Beetles in the US last year, according to GoodCarBadCar

Currently, VW has no plans to resurrect the Beetle after manufacturing ends in mid-July. 


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