What was the first nick-name for Beetle?


Did you know that in Germany the first time a Beetle appeared on the road they called it "A four wheels bug"? And an American journalist called it "Orthopedic shoe"! But what do the other Countries call it? In America and in England they call it "Beetle", in Germany, Austria and Switzerland "Käfer", in Belgium and in the Netherlands "Kever", in the former Yugoslavia "Buba", in Spain "Escarabajo", in Portugal "Carosca", in Brasil "Fusca", in France "Coccinelle", in Sweden "Bubbla" and in Mexico "Sedan".

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