After beginning life as a concept way back in 2002, the Volswagen XL1 will finally become a production car. But not just any production car. When the XL1 hits the roads, it will become the most fuel-efficient and aerodynamic car in the world.
After hinting at doing so for a couple of years, Gordon Murray has finally revealing his new T.25 city car at an event at the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment in Oxford, England. The 1,212-pound car is just over four feet wide, less than eight feet long and seats three adults in a 1+2 layout. Like Murray's McLaren F1, the driver sits front and center and the passengers sit behind on either side.
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