Volkswagen is a German brand created in 1937 by Ferdinand Porsche.
The brand’s origins can be found in Nazi Germany in the 1930s with the project to build the popular car that would become the Beetle.
The best known of all is the Beetle which was produced at the Wolfsburg factory and then switched to the Golf factory in 1974, sold in the United States under the name “VW Rabbit” in the 1970s and 1980s. The Golf distinguished itself from the Beetle in many ways, both aesthetically and mechanically (its angular line was designed by the Italian Giorgetto Giugiaro). It was in line with small city cars such as the Mini (1959) and the Renault 5 (1972)

Volkswagen also has a range of smaller vehicles, represented by the Polo launched in 1976.
The latest model continuously monitored by Volkswagen is the fifth generation Volkswagen Passat family sedan.

In 1998, Volkswagen launched the New Beetle, a modern vehicle with lines reminiscent of the Beetle that did not enjoy the success of its predecessor. In 2002, the brand decided to launch models in new segments, such as small leisure 4x4s or low sedans.
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    The Herbie version

    Herbie was created from the L87 Pearl White 117 Model 1963 Volkswagen Type 1 Deluxe, with black sliding roof with the Californian plate OFP 857.
    Although the series model had a more modest engine, with the Herbie, they did not want to skimp and mounted an engine of a Porsche 356. Win who wanted!

    He was given the number 53 by a pitcher from The Angels Dodgers, as a member of the production team of the original film commented at some point.

    Until 2005, the interiors of the Herbie were grey to avoid the reflection of studio lights during recording. Beginning in 2005, the glitters are digitally removed in post-production.

    If you’ve been left wanting to continue watching exclusive Hot Whels and somewhat difficult to get, access these two more series, the Treasure Hunt Series¬†, the Tropicool Series and the Track Stars Series.

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