By the end of the 1930s, Porsche made a design called KdF-Wagen. But he hated this name. Nickname “Beetle” appeared in the New York Times in the same year. Hitler demanded a vehicle price below 1,000 mark (about 250 USD), a cost too low. Hitler’s main goal was to use the Beetle to find support from the people. Allied Mussolini made Italian trains run on time, and Hitler wanted to let the Germans have cars. In the picture, Porsche is pointing the characteristics of KdF Wagen to Hitler.