Published on November 14th, 2013 | by Jo Borrás10
Volkswagen Brings A 256 MPG Diesel Hybrid To Los Angeles
November 14th, 2013 by Jo Borrás
Volkswagen’s 260 MPG XL1 supercar has already sold out, but if you missed your chance to own the super-MPG two-seater, don’t fret. They’re putting that car’s trick 800 cc diesel engine and advanced hybrid system into the new Twin Up! sub compact, and it’s headed for Los Angeles! Volkswagen’s Twin Up! diesel hybrid may not be as curvy as the XL1, but what it lacks in sexy, slinky curves it makes up for in doors — it’s got 5 of ’em! Check it out in the story below, originally published at our sister site, Gas 2.
Volkswagen knocked one out of the park with its genre-defying, extreme MGP XL1 supercar- with orders exceeding the company’s XL1 production plans for the slinky exotic car, despite its six-figure price tag. Don’t think that the XL1 is done because…
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