2019 Volkswagen Beetle
Volkswagen is making the 2019 VW Beetle the last production year of the iconic car. To celebrate 70 years of the Beetle’s history in America, Volkswagen will be saying goodbye with a year-long sendoff which will honor the rich history and devoted fans of the unmistakable car. Joseph Volkswagen is proud to hold the nation’s largest inventory of Beetles, and while we’re sad to see the model retire, we’re excited to carry the 2019 Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition.
To celebrate the history of the Beetle, Volkswagen will include two old colorways on the 2019 model. The end of the first-generation Beetle came in 2003, and with it came two unique colors: Stonewashed Blue, which is reminiscent of the 1970 Jean Bug, and Safari Uni, a shade of beige last seen on a Beetle in 2011. White, black, and gray are also available, along with a brown top for the convertible.
The 2019 Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition will continue to pay homage to its 3 generations of predecessors with the inclusion of distinctive wheels. A 17-inch aluminum alloy holds a 15-spoke pattern and 18-inch alloys with white trim hearken back to the original-generation Beetle’s body-color wheels.
The Final Edition Beetle comes with a bevy of retro-modern design elements which pay respect to the Beetles of old while providing customers with up-to-date smart accessories. Retro-modern speed gauges give the sleek interior an old-school feel and the vintage Kaferfach glovebox brings you back to the beginnings of this signature model.
The Beetle remained a staple of American roads through its reliability. Like all Beetles before it, the Final Edition will sport an enhanced 2.0L TSI® engine which will give you 33 MPG highway.* The six-speed automatic transmission lets you switch to manual through Tiptronic® mode, placing the controls into your hands and taking you back through the decades.
Want to find the Beetle of your dreams? There’s no better place to find it than at Joseph Volkswagen of Cincinnati.
*Based on EPA estimates. See www.fueleconomy.gov for details. Your mileage will vary and depends on several factors, including your driving habits and vehicle condition.