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Volkswagen EcoRacer

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Volkswagen EcoRacer at the Volkswagen Museum car park.

The Volkswagen EcoRacer is a Volkswagen concept car first shown to the public at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show. It was designed by Cesar Muntada, a Barcelona born designer, who previously worked in the Design Center of PSA Peugeot and of Honda. Muntada is also the acclaimed author of the successful project "Showdown", a Harley-Davidson based concept bike allotted to be made by 2020.


The EcoRacer accelerates from 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) in 6.3 seconds. The top speed is 230 km/h (140 mph). The average fuel consumption is 3.4 liters per 100 km (70 miles per gallon).


It has a diesel powered, turbocharged internal combustion engine with a displacement of 1.5 L. Despite the small displacement, it delivers one hundred kilowatts (136 hp) with 250 N·m of torque at 1900 rpm. The engine is of the common rail type, which is more efficient and quieter than the conventional rotary pump injection systems. It is equipped with a particulate matter filter. The engine is linked to a Direct-Shift Gearbox (DSG) with seven gears, and is a mid mount in front of the rear axle

The car

The EcoRacer seats two people, and has a small luggage compartment. The body is made of carbon fibre, which resulted in a relatively low weight of 850 kilograms (approximately 1875 lb). It is 3.765 meters (148.2 inches) long with a wheelbase of 2.48 meters (98 inches). The car is a veritable transformer, with three modes: coupe, roadster (no roof) and speedster (no a pillar/windscreen).

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