Volkswagen AG has unveiled its latest effort for the subcompact car market today at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show: the Up! city car.
Starting at just €9,850 ($13,519 USD), the Volkswagen Up! makes out to be its cheapest new model. Featuring two gasoline engines rated at 59-hp and 74-hp, the Volkswagen Up! promises to deliver an estimated 4.2 l/100 km, which in the US makes out to 56 mpg.
Both can be mated to either a manual or automatic transmission. The Up! also comes standard with a stop/start function to aid in boosting fuel economy.
Click here for our original post on the Volkswagen Up.
The Up! is separated into three “equipment” versions. “Take Up!” is the entry-level model, while the “Move Up!” is a ‘convenience-oriented model,’ and the “High Up!” is the top of the line model. Two special release versions will be offered as well: the Up! Black and Up! White.
Launch dates will be announced later on as VW didn’t comment specifically on the topic.
- By: Chris Chin