The fundamental group of the Klein bottle is $D_\infty$, the infinite dihedral group (which is $\mathbb Z \rtimes \mathbb Z_2$).
I believed this for some time, and I seem to recall some others having the same confusion.
The group that has been mistaken for $D_\infty$ is in fact $\mathbb Z \rtimes\mathbb Z$, which can also be written with the presentation $x^2y^2=1$. They both abelianize The former abelianizes to $\mathbb Z\oplus Z_2\oplus \mathbb Z_2$, which i think was part of my confusionthe latter to $\mathbb Z\oplus \mathbb Z_2$.
A 2-dimensional Lie group is a product of circles and lines, in particular it is abelian.
I don't know if anyone else suffered this one. The mistake is (a) in forgetting that the classification of surfaces doesn't apply since homeomorphic Lie groups are not necessarily isomorphic (e.g., the (bijective, orientation preserving) affine transformations $x\mapsto ax+b$, where $a>0, b\in \mathbb R$ are homeomorphic to $\mathbb R^2$, though not isomorphic) and (b) that Lie groups aren't necessarily connected, in particular $\mathbb R^2$ cross any finite non-abelian group is non-abelian.