The light blue Beetles marked the end of an era. After 70 years in continuous production, the old-style rear-engined Beetle would be no more.
Now, after a much shorter run of just 12 years, the ens has come for the New Beetle. So Volkswagen unveiled the powder-blue and white Final Edition New Beetle at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The cars will be available in both convertible and hard-top forms. Both will have sport suspension and 150-horsepower five-cylinder engines. They'll get 29 mpg on the highway and 20 in the city.
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