Yes! you guessed it. The man in the frame is the founder of the Volkswagen. Volkswagen was founded by Adolf Hitler, with the help of Ferdinand Porsche.
Before the rise of Hitler, the German economy was in a very bad shape; as a result people couldn’t afford to buy cars.
When Hitler became chancellor of Germany in 1933 he promoted the idea of a cheap, fuel-efficient car that the working man could afford. The chancellor required that the Volkswagen carry two adults and three children, go up to 60 miles per hour, get at least 33 miles per gallon, and cost only 1,000 reichsmarks. Hitler may also have named the car the Beetle. He employed the designer Porsche to adopt some of his existing plans toward this end.