Volkswagen has brought to Geneva 2011 Bulli Concept

Opened today at Motor Show in Geneva Volkswagen presented the electric concept compact minivan VW Bulli Concept, which looks like a classic model T1 Samba. The concept has a two-tone color body, 18-inch wheels with chrome caps, large round fog lights and front part is not deprived of the legendary “V” -shaped portion, albeit in truncated form. The car turned out very compact, its overall length of only 3.99 meters and wheelbase – 2.62 meters, which is only 4 cm more than the current VolksWagen Golf hatchback. In the motion VW Bulli Concept brings a 115-horsepower electric motor, issuing peak moment in 260 Nm and is powered by lithium-ion batteries. Reserve should be enough for about 300 km, and in the future it is possible emergence of a version with conventional petrol and diesel engines. Electric motor capable of razonat minivan from zero to a hundred in 11.5 seconds and a top speed electronically limited to 140 km/h. Battery charging time is not specified. The interior concept is completely absent central tunnel, so the front can accommodate three people (a landing formula of 3+3). The role of the center console takes a removable iPad, for car write a special application that allows you to manage all of its functions with osovnom screen tablet. On the future of the concept has not reported.

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