Category: Australia

2013 Fender Edition

Leipzig, Germany/Herndon, VA — First seen as a concept car at the Frankfurt International Auto Show in 2011, the production version of the Beetle Fender Edition makes its world debut at the Leipzig International...

2016 Beetle Classic

  A true automotive icon On October 11th 1953 the first ever Volkswagen Beetle arrived on Australian shores, bringing with it a fond new chapter in the Australian automotive history. Since then, the quirky...

2001 New Beetle Sunshine

A limited edition New Beetle, a first for Australia, made available as part of a special internet pilot on the Volkswagen Australia website, www.volkswagen.com.au, from September 1, 2000. The limited edition Sunshine Beetle featured...

2005 New Beetle Miami

300 made available for Australia in three colours – Sunflower Yellow, Cyber Green Metallic and Platinum Grey Metallic – later as Deep Black, Salsa Red, Gecko Green, Reflex Silver, Sunflower and Laser Blue. 1.6...

2003 New Beetle ikon

VW Australia’s ikon with 1.6 and 2.0 litre engines. Special edition extras for the 1.6 are remote central locking, power front windows, an overhead storage case for sunglasses and roof-mounted storage bin. And additionally...

2010 New Beetle Black-Orange

Red Rock Metallic (Sedan with Black roof) or Black paintwork. 17×7 ‘Sarasota’ wheels (Red Rock has Black finish alloys for Australia), 3 spoke steering wheel, gamma CD radio, special colour coded interior, Black upholstery...

2008 NB Anniversary Edition

Volkswagen of Mexico produced at their Puebla plant, a limited edition New Beetle ’10 Years’ Anniversary Edition commemorating the launch in January 1998 of the original New Beetle. Campanella White paint and Black roof...

1972 Marathon Beetle

‘Marathon Beetles’ were produced to celebrate the Beetles world record production figure of 15,007,034 – that car (a 1302 Super Beetle) subsequently named the ‘World Champion’. ‘Marathon Beetles’ were offered as 1300cc Standard model...

1972 15 Millionth

The 15 Millionth was produced in Australia to commemorate the Beetle world record production figure of 15,007,034 – that car (a 1302 Super Beetle) subsequently named the ‘World Champion’. The car in different specifications...