In the parking lot for FIBO last week in Cologne (Germany) I spotted a few nice things. There was a new M6 cabrio in blue and a 991 gen 911 with a GT3-ish wing, neither of which I bothered to take a picture of because they were slightly out of my way.
Pics inside to prove we already live in the future. #Design
I debated not going to Katie's this morning since the turnout has dwindled due to the cold weather, however I knew Volkswagen HQ had both a Veyron and an XL1 on hand this week. I decided to come on the chance an XL1 did appear, despite my being told that it almost certainly would not come. Much to my delight, VW…
Wow. Such X. Very L. So 1. Amaze.
Austrian (no, not Australian) car magazine "Auto Revue" reports that Piech, the man behind VWs aquisations of Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini and Ducati, mentioned a VW made lightweight sportscar during a lecture he was giving at the Technical University Vienna. The picture from above was shown aswell.
This morning I couldn't resist taking some more shots of the VW company XL1 that ended up in my area. There are a few shots that go a long way to show just how much the actual size differs from the perceived size in press shots etcetera.
So ... I found this car is parked in my neighbourhood today and nearly ran into something. It is a pretty rare sight after all. It is part of a fleet of about 30 (don't pin me down on that number) that are currently used to get some real-world data on the car, using both employees and a few select people outside VW,…
Hey look, even eco-halo cars can get oppo. And I really want one.
but they managed - intentionally or not - to infuse a little classic 412 in the face, which I don't dislike one bit.