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Volkswagen ARVW

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ARVW
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Overview
ManufacturerVolkswagen
Body and chassis
ClassConcept Car

The ARVW (Aerodynamic Research Volkswagen) concept car was built by Volkswagen in the end of the 1970s, specially as an object of aerodynamic research of the company of Volkswagen, to trace correlation between a vehicle body shape and fuel consumption at a high speed. A tuned six cylinder turbodiesel engine and standard gearbox were used, while the body was made from aluminium and composite materials.

It was the fastest diesel car in the world in 1980, reaching a top speed of 362.07 km/h (225 mph).[1]

Fastest diesel car in 1980s. Riga Motor Museum, Latvia (October 2008)
Fastest diesel car in 1980s. Riga Motor Museum, Latvia (October 2008)

References

  1. ^ Seume, Keith (2002). Volkswagen Cars and Trucks. p. 133. ISBN 0-7603-0982-5. Retrieved 9 February 2011.CS1 maint: date and year (link)


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