Stick It To Big Oil With The 235MPG Volkswagen

With gas prices going through the roof and regulators requiring cars to be ever more miserly, Volkswagen is bringing new meaning to the term “fuel efficiency” with a bullet-shaped microcar that gets a stunning 235 mpg.

Volkswagen’s had its super-thrifty One-Liter Car concept vehicle — so named because that’s how much fuel it needs to go 100 kilometers — stashed away for six years. The body’s made of carbon fiber to minimize weight (the entire car weighs just 660 pounds) and company execs didn’t expect the material to become cheap enough to produce the car until 2012.

But VW’s decided to build the car two years ahead of schedule.


If this type of technology is feasible, then why has the world gotten its panties in a bunch over the energy problem?

Oh yes, I forgot. Big oil.

This news article is good news, though. Good enough to take our minds off how bad we’re getting screwed by the upper 1%.

If even for a few seconds…

One thought on “Stick It To Big Oil With The 235MPG Volkswagen

  1. Brent Emery Pieczynski

    There was a book called, the energy noncrisis,the author shown on YouTube didn’t tell about the supply of, breathable air.

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