Category: Brazil

1986 Employee Special

100 unique cars produced at the end of Fusca production for VW Brazil’s longest serving employees. Grey interior, clock, radio, heated rear window, special steering wheel sourced from the VW Fox, interior heating, fog...

1982 Fusca 1300 GL

With head restraints as standard, cigarette lighter, opening rear side windows, heated rear windscreen, green tinted glass, carpeting, rubber bumper inserts, 14″ Brasilia wheels. Information courtesy Elka Neikova.

1974 Bizorrão

The 1600S ‘Super Fusca’ or ‘Bizorrão’ was the most powerful air-cooled Fusca (Beetle) built by Volkswagen do Brasil. Produced between April 1974 and April 1975  in just three paint colours – Imperial Yellow, Ruby...

1996 Ouro

  The last Brazilian Beetle or Fusca came off the production line on 11 July 1996. By that time the total Brazilian Fusca production had reached 3 million. This ‘last edition’ model finally marking...

1984 Love Series

The ‘Love Series’ celebrated the 25th year of the Beetle (Fusca) in Brazil. These special models came in metallic blue – ‘Azul Copa’, bumpers in the same colour as the body with rubber inserts,...

1986 Last Series

1303 style rear lights and wings. VW of Brazil offered the ‘Fusca Ultima Serie’ – Last Series Beetles – with both gasoline or alcohol 1600 engines. However, only the alcohol-powered ones had two carburetors....

1993 Itamar

In 1993, President Itamar Franco who believed Brazilians needed an affordable people’s car, asks Volkswagen to resume the production of the Beetle suspended in 1986 – see Last Series. 1600cc engine, now with body coloured...

1985 Special Series

The accessories of the 1985 Special Series were almost the same of 1984 Love Series. New features on these cars were exclusive metallic crystal-green paint, auxiliary fog head-lights and chrome wheel rings. The 14...