If you live in the UK, have a spare £100,000 and were hoping to spend in on the Volkswagen XL1, then you’re out of luck. The German car manufacturer released just 30 of these incredibly futuristic-looking eco-supercars to the UK market – and they have now all sold out, thanks to both businesses and individuals who snapped these new models up.
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Within five years, you’ll be able to sit back and relax and let your favourite Volkswagen do the driving for you. On board sensors that help with parking, warn of inadvertent lane-straying and stop the engine when you’re waiting in a traffic queue are already common features on a lot of cars. Now VW is promising more advanced ‘automated driving’ that will also improve fuel efficiency, reduce C02 emissions, and cut down on accidents.
It has been expected for a little while that the Golf R Estate will be launched at the Essen Motor Show this December – and now this is looking even more likely, with the new model having been spotted in testing.