At the 2012 Paris Motor Show, Volkswagen has uncovered one of the world's most fuel-proficient autos: an idea of the new VW Golf BlueMotion. This Golf - controlled by another new 1.6-liter TDI (turbodiesel) - devours only 3.2 l/100 km; this esteem likens to CO2 emanations of a unimportant 85 g/km. In any case, the 81 kW/110 PS Volkswagen Golf BlueMotion is a five-situate balanced vehicle that is equipped for 202 km/h and can suit a whole family securely and easily consistently.
Lighter, leaner, more productive. The auto's joined fuel utilization - the least ever achieved in a traditionally fuelled Golf - was empowered by inventive lightweight outline (counting 26 kg less weight in the suspension and 37 kg less in the superstructure), motor related changes and an accumulation of different measures. These incorporate super low moving resistance tires with higher pneumatic force, longer rigging proportions (5-speed manual gearbox), the Stop/Start framework and battery recovery mode that are standard in all new Golf autos and particular streamlined alteration