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05/03/2013

Volks anuncia carro mais econômico do mundo

A Volkswagen anunciou seu híbrido XL1 como o carro produzido em série mais eficiente do mundo, consumindo 0,9 litro de diesel por 100 quilômetros rodados (equivalente a 111 km/l).

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