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Bye bye Kombi: Volkswagen non produrrà più lo storico furgoncino degli hippie

Ha trasportato famiglie in vacanza, i lavoratori che hanno ricostruito l’Europa nel secondo dopoguerra, e soprattutto tantissimi hippie. Dopo 64 anni

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05 Gennaio 2014 11:26

He transported families on holiday, workers who rebuilt Europe after World War II, and above all many hippies. After 64 years of honored career, the Volkswagen T2, better known as van, Bulli or Kombi retires. The last model was released on 31 December by the Brazilian branch of the house in Wolfsburg, where the historic vehicle is still in production, since 1957. To celebrate the end of his career Volkswagen has decided to launch the Kombi Last Edition, a series still faithful the original, in the version launched in 1967, with the 1.4 engine that can be powered by petrol or ethanol. Thus closes a page of the history of motoring, ten years after the exit of the Beetle, which remained in production in South America until 2003. And just from the Beetle, which was called T1, is derived the T2, a transport vehicle with the unmistakable style created by Ferdinand Porsche: those round headlights and the slightly arched bumper, which make the front appear like a smiling face. This is also one of the reasons that pushed hippies to make T2 a trademark. With nine seats and reclining seats, it was the ideal, economical way to tackle the streets in the 1960s. And also to get noticed, perhaps painting the body with flowers or psychedelic designs and replacing the Volkswagen logo with the symbol of peace. With nine seats and reclining seats, it was the ideal, economical way to tackle the streets in the 1960s. And also to get noticed, perhaps painting the body with flowers or psychedelic designs and replacing the Volkswagen logo with the symbol of peace. With nine seats and reclining seats, it was the ideal, economical way to tackle the streets in the 1960s. And also to get noticed, perhaps painting the body with flowers or psychedelic designs and replacing the Volkswagen logo with the symbol of peace.

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