Germany‘s Volkswagen “Beetle” was initially designed and trial produced by famous automobile designer Dr. Porsche in 1938. Its production plan was ended by the outbreak of the World War II, and its mass production did not start until the war ended. It was designed to be “a car every family can afford to buy”. Its streamlined body and outstanding economical efficiency along with its durability made it become the single vehicle model with the highest sales volume in the world. Its fantastic sales also made more automobile makers start to pay attention to the development of solid, durable, and cheap cars for people.