Friday, October 26, 2007

The most economical car by Volkswagen



Worried that gas prizes go up and up incessantly? Buy a Volkswagen! This company presented the world's most economical road car: the 1-litre or 285 mpg car.
It has an average fuel consumption of just 0.99 litres per 100 kilometres. It manages to combine driving pleasure with a level of fuel consumption never seen before.
The 1-litre car is a vehicle which looks more like a sports car than a typical research vehicle.
It is 3.47 metres long, but just 1.25 metres wide and just over a metre in height. To save weight, it is made of carbon composites and is not painted.
The interior is sportingly simple in design, yet offers enough space for two people.

5 comments:

Soledad Podlipnik said...

I think this car is going to be very succesful, because there is a lot of people without enough money to buy a car, and this is a good option. And let's be realistic, cars are very necesary, mostly in North America

BD said...

I think this is a great idea for a car...my fear is being run over or hit by a steel tank like a Hummer or another SUV

Brenda Hales said...

This is what I need to save money! Now gas is almost $3 a gallon. I could save $175 a month with this car!

david macy said...

This car may have some potental somewhere,but not in the US,where it would be legislated to death,based on crashibility,emissions,etc,imposed by the anti -auto government. I also think tht the claims of economy are overated,so is low price projection.

Anonymous said...

It is better and safer than motorbike !