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Volkswagen Up Concept

Volkswagen Up Concept CarThe Volkswagen Up Concept was revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Volkswagen continues with its simple design principles to help maximise space and reduce any unnecessary gimmicks. The Volkswagen Up will come in three different concept models, the Two Door Up, the Space Up and the Space Up Blue Van. The Volkswagen Up car is keeping up with the emergence of a new car era, this is how all new cars demonstrate how every millimetre of space is now being used by most manufacturers.

The Space Up Two Door provides more space than any other car of the same size, at just 3.45m long and 1.63m wide it provides enough space for 4 adults plus two luggage areas. The Volkswagen Space Up Two Door engine is mounted in the rear of the car so this provides one area for luggage in the front and one in the rear above the engine.
The next model in the range is the Space Up. On the Space Up the wheelbase has been extended to 2,560 mm to further improve interior space, while each wheel is pushed as far as possible into each corner. This improves the overall space by 230mm and the height by 40mm. This is still 150mm shorter in length than Volkswagens current smallest Model, the Fox. The Space Ups spacious interior will feature four individual seats, of these four seats three of them can either be folded away or even removed to allow for extra 1,005 litres of luggage space. Access to the boot is made even easier as access can be gained through the pair of side hinging rear doors.

The Volkswagen Space Up Blue Van concept vehicle will be powered by a Fuel cell linked to a number of lithium ion batteries. These are linked to an electric motor mounted in the rear developing 61PS and 88 lbs of torque. With no C02 emissions from this highly efficient Space Up Blue Van the only by-product is pure water. Not only does the Space Up Blue Van run on batteries but it also has its very own a solar panel built into it too. But for all Volkswagen Lease Cars, Volkswagen Cheap Lease Cars, Volkswagen Lease Car Deals, Volkswagen Car Leasing Deals and other Volkswagen Contract hire and leasing deals with free delivery, car tax, and manufacturer warranty included visit www.leasecarsdirect.co.uk

 
 
 

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