Volkswagen To Debut 1 Liter Super Efficient Vehicle At Katar Motor Show 2011

Posted: Jan 17 2011, 3:03pm CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Volkswagen to debut 1 Liter Super Efficient Vehicle at Katar Motor Show 2011
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Volkswagen is supposed to unveil a version of the Super Efficient Vehicle also known as the 1 Liter car at the Katar Motor Show 2011. VW already showed a prototype (photo) of the 1 Liter car back in 2002. According to the Bild Zeitung VW will show a new version ready for 2013 mass production of the 1 Liter car (SEV) in Katar end of January. It is called 1 Liter car as it is supposed to use less than 2 liter for 100 km (more than 117.61MPG).

The 1 Liter car is powered by a one cylinder Diesel engine and has carries two passengers. The leightweight chassis is made from carbon. You have to enter the car through a door in the big glass dome.

The problem I see with these super efficient cars is that they do not look like real cars. This is also the problem of the Loremo we reported about years ago. The Loremo promised in 2006 already to reach 156MPG with a Diesel engine. Loremo is still alive and currently trying to find more investors to start the mass production of the car.

Maybe Volkswagen solved the problem and changed the design of the SEV to something that looks like a car.

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