The Volkswagen Up is no longer a concept because the four-door hatchback has earned its official unveil to the world. Not much of expectations over the Volkswagen Up hatchback because Das Auto is in need to create vehicle which is both revolutionary and cost effective.
The Volkswagen Up hatchback has 3.54 meters in length which is obviously is smaller than a MINI. Yes folks… Not only Volkswagen that wishes the Volkswagen Up hatchback could offer tight competition against the Citroen C1 and of course the Fiat 500. Do you notice the wheel at the Volkswagen Up hatchback? That wheel is very ideal maneuvering in and out tight curves in the city. Oh… the Volkswagen Up hatchback turns up is frisky, don’t you think?
The rear engine on the Volkswagen Up hatchback has gone, alongside with the RWD configuration and replaced by frugal –three cylinder engine which installed under the hood of the frisky hatchback. There are two petrol units of the 1.0L displacement which provide either 60 horsepower or 75 horsepower. the Volkswagen Up hatchback is intended to be city car and the remarkable fuel economy usage is contributed by none other than the Volkswagen’s BlueMotion Technology which placed the two petrol units under 100gr of CO2 per km.
Volkswagen stated that the LPG version and an electric version for the Volkswagen Up hatchback by 2013. The design of the Volkswagen Up hatchback is angular and a bit of boxy, right? Not much to look at, but we find out the interior of the Volkswagen Up hatchback is interesting and offers the ordinary VW sober quality mixed with a bit of fresh young spirit.
Klaus Bischoff – the Head of Design for the Volkswagen Brand stated the reason behind the boxy design of the Volkswagen Up hatchback, “If the goal is to maximize space, the ideal form for a small car would be a rectangular box. In the up we were able to sculpt such a box with a clean and powerful design that does not lose sight of space utilization.”
The Volkswagen Up hatchback ready for European showrooms in December.