By now, most people have heard about the 2016 Volkswagen Beetle and have seen pictures of the classic hatchback.

But what do they actually look like?

If you’ve got a spare $1,000 on you, you can get one of these rare Volkswagen Beetles.

The Volkswagen Beetle is a car, and a very limited edition.

The only reason people could ever buy one is to celebrate its centenary.

However, these cars are actually extremely rare, and so is their price.

The best way to go about finding one is through eBay, which is where the Volkswagen Beetle first went on sale.

While you can often find the cars on eBay, the price you pay is much higher.

Here’s a quick rundown of what you’ll pay for a Volkswagen Beetle.

Beetle Price, $1.9M To find out if you can afford the Beetle, go to this link, and check the vehicle is available in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, and Switzerland.

If you’re not sure what’s available, then here’s a list of other countries you can also search.

Price, €1.8M This is the cheapest VW Beetle you can find in the world, and it costs €1,8M.

You’ll have to pay a little more for the European version, but that’s okay, because this car is a rare and expensive car in its own right.

The price you’re paying will depend on where you live, but the average price in Europe is around £80,000.

Price to get, €2.5M If you want a more affordable Beetle, there’s another option available.

This one costs €2,5M.

It’s still a little higher than the VW Beetle, but it’s much less expensive, and is usually on sale for much lower prices.

To find it, just go to the VW dealer, and they’ll offer you a limited edition Beetle for the price of €2m.

It comes with a manual transmission and a set of six doors.

You can also go for the automatic, but you’ll need a lot more money for it.

This is one of the rarest Beetles ever produced.

Beetle price, €6M To get one, go into a VW dealership in the Netherlands.

If that doesn’t work, there are plenty of dealerships in the US, where the price is even lower.

You could also find a similar car for a fraction of the price on eBay.

Price and mileage, €8M To pay the full price, you’ll have an extra €8,000, which makes this a good deal.

You might want to do this if you have an older car and don’t want to pay for an entire new one.

If the car is old, then it’s also much more expensive.

For example, the Audi A8 is much cheaper, but a VW Beetle is considerably more expensive, at around £60,000 for a car with a 7.0L V8 engine.

A 10-year-old VW Beetle costs around £45,000 in the United Kingdom, with an average price of £40,000 outside of London.

If your car isn’t in very good condition, the dealer could also sell you an older model, which will also cost more.

So, what’s the point?

These cars are only around 20 years old.

If they’re still around, they’re going to be incredibly expensive, but they’re not the cheapest cars you can buy.

VW Beetle price: €1M-£1M