An Extravagant Farewell to the Beetle
The Volkswagen Beetle lasted exactly seven decades in the United States, and those seventy years have seen plenty of fun, advancements, and amazing memories. After the newest model set to be released for 2019, however, the Beetle will be no more. The iconic and truly original model captured American hearts for years and brought happiness to several generations. Needless to say, in its final year of production Volkswagen spared to expense and is putting everything they’ve got into making its final model extra special. Although we we here at Larry Roesch Volkswagen are sad to see it go, we’re excited to offer the 2019 Volkswagen Beetle. Let’s take a look at what you can expect from the latest icon.
What to Expect for 2019
Every piece of the new 2019 Volkswagen Beetle has been specifically designed to bring you joy and nostalgia. Even the exterior colors chosen are a throwback to previous models that dazzled consumers for years. Wheel options will vary. As a tribute to the original generation, you can opt for the 18-inch “disc” design with white trim.
Taking Us Back
You will have your pick from coupe or convertible body styles. Convertible models will also come with the option for a brown soft top, giving you even more of that classic personality. The newest models near Chicago, IL will have all of the latest driver assistant technology. You can look forward to blind spot monitoring and parking sensors. Each model comes with the 174 horsepower 2.0-liter TSI® engine complete with a 6-speed automatic.
Don’t Miss Out on the 2019 VW Beetle in Bensenville, IL
Larry Roesch Volkswagen is your local source near Wheaton for the best selection of Beetle Final Edition models. We have the Volkswagen experts with answers to questions you may have. The new Volkswagen models in Bensenville and near Elmhurst, IL will sell quickly. Find out what you can do to secure your piece of history. Contact us now or come in and visit our dealership to see about test driving a new VW models in Bensenville. You can also follow final days of this epic model under the hashtag #byebyeBeetle.