Cool life outside with the Volkswagen Kombi last editionThe first a classic VW Kombi was made in Germany from early 1950. It was then built in Brazil from 1957 has endured until now, but after 56 years production is scheduled to the end on this year
VW Bus, VW Microbus or Type 2 (Transporter) the original nickname from factory, is a unmatched vehicle in providing practical, capable transportation. It is unique in its ability to provide a great support platform for outdoor recreation of all types including travel, camping, gear storage and overland exploration.
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56 years ago on September 2, 1957 The first versions of the Type 2 T1 model were assembled in Brazil has born. Now at this year it's time to say goodbye, according to Volkswagen Brazil has announced a Final Edition version of the classic Type 2 Kombi on T2 model van that has been in continuous production there since 1957.
In honour of the Kombi, or Type 2 as it is known in various markets, Volkswagen Brazil has created the Kombi Last Edition. Only 600 will be made. All will come with a certificate of authenticity and all will be finished in the two-tone paint scheme you see here.
|Type||Kombi Last Edition|
|Color||white and light blue|
56 years, more than 1.5 million units had been produced at Brazil that stat makes the Kombi is the most everlasting production model in automotive history, the world has known. Currently, due to safety regulations, it’s all about to come to an end.
While in his motherland, production of the Type 2 in Hanover, Germany already ended since 34 years ago, in 1979 after 2,142.918 units has been produced.
Volkswagen had been building the T2 Kombi, known in America as the bay window van, since 1967. Brazil kept making them, adding a water-cooled engine and an add-on black grille in 2005.
2013 Volkswagen Kombi Last Edition
The VW T2 Kombi Last Edition series, exclusive design features and a numbered identification plaque on the dashboard. This commemorative special series marks the end of Kombi production in Brazil. Those last vans will be outfitted with light blue paint, blue vinyl seats and white-wall tires. Power is provided by a 1.4-liter EA111 engine that develops 78 HP (57 kW) on petrol or 80 HP (58 kW) on ethanol. It is connected exclusively to a four-speed manual transmission.
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