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November 24, 2014
Volkswagen introduced its newest XL Sport concept car at the Paris Motor Show 2014. Interestingly, this sports car using motorcycle engines Ducati 1199 Superleggera, 1.2-liter V2 harga ducati 899 panigale second which generate power 200 PS machine on lap to 11,000 rpm.
This car was produced using the same platform as the previous model, lightweight XL1. Motorcycle engines was selected to replace the heart pacemaker before, i.e. 0.8-liter, two-cylinder, diesel-powered 48 PS.

In addition, VW XL Sport also received a new transmission system, 7-speed, double-clutch, DSG, to channel all power to a pair of rear wheels. VW claims, accelerated the car from 0-100 can be achieved within the kpj 5.7 seconds, with speeds of 270 maksium kpj.

Design
From how it looks, the figure XL Sport is much more sporty than the XL1. Some grooves in the side of the body, as well as the addition of a wind in the door-side spaces were reinforcing harga bmw s1000rr terbaru the character of his racing career. The front face, still relatively similar to the previous model, using a pair of main lamp "sipit" cemented thin transverse grill and bumper with air dam-shaped nest of wasps.

The back of the car look more complex, looks like having several layers of the bumper. Car body construction is made using a special carbon-reinforced polymer (CFRP).

In terms of dimensions, XL Sport more bongsor than the XL1. Starting from 4.291 mm long (XL1: 3888 mm), width of 1.847 mm (XL1: 1.664 mm), height 1152 mm (XL1: 1.153 mm), and the axis of the wheel 2.424 mm (XL1: 2.224 mm). The second equation is still using this car, model door scissors, that opens up.

VW is also doing some revision in the interior, such as instruments and a few touches of carbon fiber. There is no certainty whether this car will be manufactured and marketed, or VW have other strategies.

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