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Volkswagen offered New Yorkers a glimpse of the future this week, bringing the Volkswagen XL1 in the city as part of a month-long American tour that took in Los Angeles, Washington D.C., and now the Big Apple. The XL1 is the most fuel-efficient production car in the world, with a European combined fuel consumption rating […]

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Today the Volkswagen XL1 makes its U.S. debut at the 23rd Annual Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) Conference at the Chattanooga Convention Center. The XL1, known as the most fuel-efficient and aerodynamic production car in the world, returns an estimated European combined fuel consumption rating of 261 mpg (more than 200 mpg estimated in the […]

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Volkswagen’s futuristic XL1 took a drive on the British capital streets this July 10. The XL1 is known as the world’s most fuel-efficient production hybrid car. The two-seat diesel-electric hybrid, which achieves a fuel consumption figure of 313 imperial mpg turned heads as it passed through the streets of the city, with its white carbon […]

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Volkswagen’s carbon-fiber XL1 plug-in diesel hybrid is to be partially hand-built with initial production of reportedly only 50 units. It will be an uber-efficient machine possibly capable of cresting 300 mpg in certain situations, but trickle-down from it is already planned for the more pedestrian Up! city car. Prices for the XL1 are not specifically […]

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Volkswagen announced today it is producing its futuristic-looking, fully functional carbon-fiber two-seater vehicle that is expected to return 261 mpg. Volkswagen will name it the XL1, the same name as it has held since VW first showed it, and many speculated it might never be more than a concept. In Volkswagen’s own words, the XL1 […]

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