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Volkswagen reportedly taking final orders on New Beetle

2010 Volkswagen New Beetle Final Edition - Click above for high-res image gallery

Report: VW New Beetle successor timeframe and details come into focus

2005 Volkswagen Ragster concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

Report: Next generation Volkswagen Beetle coming next year

3rd verse, same as the first. Not entirely, of course, but when the subject is the Volkswagen New Beetle, the looks of the car are largely a foregone conclusion. Just like the current New Beetle evokes the original Type 1 with its roundy-round fat-fenderedness, the next version, expected to go on sale in May 2011, will continue paying homage to the classic form. The outward differences will be a less-arched roofline that's more like the

New Beetle pickup conversion can haul more flowers

Volkswagen New Beetle Pickup Conversion – Click above for image gallery

Report: Next Volkswagen Beetle to use Jetta platform

Time keeps on slippin' into the future, and cars keep on gettin' bigger. The Volkswagen New Beetle was shown at the LA Auto Show in various Final Edition guises, and the second word on the next edition is that it will be built on the Jet

New VW Beetle coming in two years, Scirocco still not in cards for U.S.

Malibu Barbie VW New Beetle Convertible – click above for high-res gallery

REPORT: VW chooses Mexican plant for new compact sedan

Volkswagen Jetta 2.5 Special Edition - Click above for hi-res image gallery

New details emerge about 2010 VW Beetle

Click above for high-res renderings of a possible New Beetle

VW could spawn multiple new Beetles including up! variant

A decade on from its revival, it has been unclear whether Volkswagen would ever build successor to the New Beetle. After all, how do follow up such an iconic retro shape? It now appears that Volkswagen may not only build a new New Beetle, but also expand the lineup into a mini-brand of its own. The sixth-generation Golf is set to debut in 2009 and its platform could be the basis for the next New Bug around 2010-11. Motor Trend is even speculating that it might be available with a hybrid powertra

New VW Beetle could be North America's up! variant?

The VW Beetle is a cult favorite here in the States, but in Germany, it's not so well loved. That could be part of the reason why Volkswagen has been slow to produce a successor to the new Beetle, but word from Motor Trend is that two models could be coming shortly. The first Beetle will be based off the Gen-VI Golf and will hit production in 2010 or 2011.

Rendered Speculation: 2012 Volkswagen New Beetle, Cabriolet and Speedster

click above image to view high-res gallery of VW New Beetle renderings

What company has the most recalled 2007 models?

BusinessWeek has trolled the NHTSA files to find out which automakers have had to recall their brand new 2007 models the most, and the winner is Volkswagen thanks to a recall of just over 1 milion 2007 New Beetles because of potentially faulty brake light switches. Of course, Ford announced a major recall of 3.6 million vehicles earlier this month for defective cruise control switc

Rendered Speculation: VW Porsche-fying next-gen New Beetle

Here's a rendering of the new, new, New Beetle, courtesy of AutoBild. The 2009 edition of the remade icon still hasn't been shown in public, but that hasn't stopped artists and prognosticators from sharing images of a likely form for this most legendary people's car. In a sort of twist on the normal gameplan, it is believed that the cabrio will debut before the coupe this time around, and there's even a talk of a Microbus variant in the mix!

Sixty years of Volkswagen's Beetle

The Volkswagen Company turned sixty years old last week. In July 1946, German dealerships Gottfried Schultz in Essen and Raffay & Co. in Hamburg, Germany received their first Beetle sedans (saloons).

Volkswagen strips vehicle lineup in UK

In a bid to rationalize its vehicle lineup and control costs, Volkswagen's British outpost is taking a massive axe to its range, culling dozens of models and options from its order books. With in excess of 10,000 different build combinations and pressures to streamline their operations, VW has resorted to nixing entire trim levels, colors, options in an effort to simplify its offerings.

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