Volkswagen Kombi, 600 copies of the Last Edition
Many people for whom the Volkswagen Combi name mean anything unless they are told it is the vehicle that served as a basis for the design of the legendary Volkswagen Westfalia.
Westfalia is a German manufacturer specialist in transforming vans, produced by European manufacturers, family campers.
In Germany, "Kombi" is short for Kombinationenwage or vehicle purpose.
Volkswagen Combi is the first out of the assembly lines in 1947, and was manufactured in Germany until 1990.
However, we continue to produce the odd vehicle in South Africa until 2003, while production of the latter in Brazil will end December 31, 2013.
The Kombi Last Edition
Here are just a name designated to talk about the coming end of this model in Brazilian soil.
The T1 and T2 Kombi models are assembled in the Brazilian factory in Sao Bernardo do Campo since 1957.
Before terminating a production, Volkswagen offers Brazilians the opportunity to purchase one of the 600 copies of the model Kombi Last Edition.
Of units that bear a numbered plaque and certificate of authenticity.
The instrumentation of the Kombi, which can accommodate up to nine passengers, respects the traditional values of the vehicle, while making up a sound system with MP3 and USB input.
The Volkswagen Kombi Last Edition is powered by a 1.4 liter engine, always room at the back, which develops a power of 80 horses.
Like most vehicles sold in Brazil, he can "drink" is ethanol.
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