To give sleepless nights to it’s rivals and the whole world, German automobile manufacturer, Volkswagen has crafted the world’s most efficient production car, the Super Efficient Vehicle (SEV) named it new 2014 XL1 which first unveiled at the Qatar Motor Show going to debut at 2013 Geneva Motor Show expected to go sale by the end of 2013 estimated price around $80,000 to $95,000 in USA and £30k-£100k in U.K. It’s rivals are Nissan Leaf, Ford Fusion and Chevy Volt.
The 2014 VW XL1 Concept is a two seat plug-in diesel hybrid car beautifully crafted through extensive use of lightweight materials including magnesium (wheels), ceramics (brake discs) and aluminium (dampers, steering system, brake calipers). It follows pure sports-car design principles: light weight (1753 pounds), exceptional aerodynamics (Cd 0.19), and a low center of gravity powered by a 800 cc TDI two-cylinder common rail diesel engine capable of producing peak Power 47bhp (diesel), 26bhp (electric); Torque: 103lb ft (combined) mated with a seven-speed DSG gearbox with an automatic clutch mounted between each unit and weigh only 1,700 pounds thanks to its aluminum and carbon fiber construction. In pure electric mode the XL1 can travel up to 35 km before the diesel engine cuts in and having a power to rocket from 0 to 62 mph in 11.9 seconds with the electronically limited top speed is 99 mph. It emits just 21 g/km of CO2 lower than Toyota Prius and equires less than 0.1 kWh to cover more than a kilometer.
New VW XL1 combines advanced plug-in hybrid drivetrain and innovative packaging offers you he best fuel economy of 313 MPG in U.K ( 261 MPGe in U.S , 111 Kmpl in India). The XL1’s overall length (3,970 mm) and width (1,682 mm) are similar to those of a Volkswagen Polo yet its height (1,184 mm) is more akin to that of a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder.
At last I would like to say that new 2014 Volkswagen XL1 Concept a car of the future, built for today coming to rule the world . What you think? Please be open to give your view.
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