The first service sedan in the service of the Berlin police
In dark blue design, the Berlin police made in the post-war decades for a clear differentiation to the Allies, whose vehicles were traveling in military design. Already for that reason, the fir green design of the emergency vehicles, which had long been in use in West Germany, was banned. So set the Berlin police in addition to the VW Beetle in the early 1960s for the first time with the VW 1600 a grown limousine. This was the type 3 production uptime model for those who wanted mobility with the Beetle and wanted to take one more step towards comfort and size. The Wolfsburg saloon never got her boxer engine image going - the beetle concept had left unmistakable marks.