The Beatle mania came to an end during the early 80s if I’m not mistaken. Sir Paul, John, Ringo and George. Still remember this Fab 4? I guess most of you are familiar, and some people don’t.
Anyway, the real Beetle that I’m talking about is the cute vehicle from the 30s. Don’t tell me you’re not familiar with this? You’ve seen this vehicle for sure, not only in the time of the 30s but until today. I bet that once or twice, you’ve already spotted the Beetle somewhere down your locality’s busy streets, right?
You must be wondering why this car continuous to exist in the present time. Well, if you ask me, I’ll give you three words - best car ever!
This model was produced by Volkswagen and which is obviously from Germany. The Beetle, or originally called as the Volkswagen Type 1, was made as an economy car during the late 30s. The name Beetle or “bug” was the given nickname of the Volkswagen Type 1 and it was easily adapted by the people, but the Volkswagen company themselves eventually used the name Beetle for their marketing purposes during the year 1967 in August.
Although the Beetle is known for its odd (maybe we can call it unique) auto body parts, high and loud noise levels, jagged ride and short-powered flair, the Beetle was recognized as the longest and highest most produced ultimate single designed automobile. Production started from the 30s to year 2003. Imagine? That’s like a big ‘Wow!’ for me.
In fact, the Beetle is no doubt the most recognizable and most known vehicle to the public compared to all other automobiles. This car will always be remembered as a living legend, as we all watch it on the busy streets with a proud “bug” look! That’s certainly the Beetle immortality!