orders for 261 mpg volkswagen xl1 exceed production of 200 2013 twin up concept




Orders For 261 Mpg Volkswagen Xl1 Exceed Production Of 200 2013 Twin Up Concept

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  • Title: Orders For 261 Mpg Volkswagen Xl1 Exceed Production Of 200 2013 Twin Up Concept
  • Author: Ian Mathis
  • Post Date: May 23, 2020
  • Topic: 2013 Volkswagen Twin UP Concept
  • Source: http://www.greencarreports.com/
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  • Tags: #Volkswagen  #Concept  #UP  #2013  #Twin 
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With its combined system output of 74 bhp in hybrid mode, the Twin-Up concept claims 0-100 km/h in 15.3 secs with a top speed electronically limited to 140 km/h. The 2013 Volkswagen Twin Up Concept is an ultra fuel efficient car showcased by VW at the Tokyo Motor Show. The indications suggest that vehicle may make its real world debut. The Twin Up Concept borrows its powertrain from the VW XL1. Twin Up is the hybrid version of Volkswagen Up. Volkswagen Twin Up! PHEV Concept (21 photos) Hi! We notice you're using an ad blocker. Please consider whitelisting Autoblog. Volkswagen Twin Up Concept Volkswagen introduced the XL1, the world's most fuel-efficient production car, to the streets in 2013. This plug-in diesel hybrid for two people is being produced in a limited volume and has a European combined fuel consumption figure of 261 mpg as well as a carbonfiber body and chassis. At the 2013 Tokyo auto show, Volkswagen is providing a glimpse at that possibility with the Twin-Up! concept car. On the outside, the concept is a standard Volkswagen Up! four-door hatchback, and. 2013 Volkswagen Twin Up Concept In 2013, Volkswagen introduced the world's most fuel-efficient production car to the streets in the form of the XL1 - a plug-in diesel hybrid for two people. Volkswagen used its Tokyo 2013 stand to premiere a new concept car based on the up! city car. The Volkwagen twin up! concept car pairs a diesel engine with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox to an. Volkswagen recently showcased the hybrid concept of its up! city car equipped with the powertrain from the XL1 concept at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. 2013 Volkswagen Twin Up Concept Maximum efficiency The car attains impressive efficiency values based on a successful combination of good aerodynamic properties (cD x A = 0.30 x 2.08 m2), a low unladen weight, (1,205 kg) despite the addition of a battery system, lightweight plug-in drive components and tyres (165/65 R 15) optimised for low rolling resistance. Volkswagen claims the 0-62 sprint will take a leisurely 15.7 seconds, despite the Twin Up!'s 159 lb-ft of torque. Top speed is just under 90 mph, with the Twin Up! capable of reaching 78 mph on.





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