The Final Edition of the iconic Volkswagen Beetle will have two special colors, badging and wheels, the German automaker announced. Current generation of the Beetle debuted in 2011 as the 2012 model year and its production will end in July at the company’s assembly plant in Puebla, Mexico.
The 2019 Volkswagen Beetle Final Edition will copy the two final colors from the previous Final Edition, released when the original Type 1 Beetle ended production in 2003 also in Puebla, which are now called Safari Uni and Stonewashed Blue.
Other color options are the already available Platinum Gray Metallic, Pure White and Deep Black Pearl.
Additionally, it will feature standard chrome treatments and body-color side mirrors, special wheel packages, and a rear Beetle badge to replace the Turbo badge on the tailgate. Special seating and a sunroof are standard.
Pricing on the Final Edition SE begins at US$23,940 including shipping, while pricing for the convertible Beetle Final Edition SE begins at US$28,190.