Tuesday, July 19, 2011

2011 Volkswagen Beetle began production in Mexico

Volkswagen has announced the start of production of the Beetle in 2011 Puebla plant in Mexico, where she was also assembled the previous generation. The Puebla plant is the largest automotive industry in Mexico produced for North and South America, the new Jetta and Golf Variant, employing 15,000 workers and its annual production in 2010 was as high as 435,000 units.

The event was attended by some important figures in Germany such as Mexican and Mexican President Felipe Calderon, the German foreign minister, Guido Westerwelle, and board member of Volkswagen's production and logistics, Hubert Waltl. Volkswagen Beetle 2011 Beetle will be proposed in the fitting, design and sports, combined with five engine options.

The Beetle debuted in 2011 is scheduled for early autumn on the European and U.S. markets, while the next year also will land on the Asian market.

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