Could the American oil monopoly really be, behind the reason why the new 300 MPG Volkswagen won’t be hitting American Highways anytime soon. It doesn’t take much to realize the layers of smog that engulf many American metropolises are doing more harm than good for our lungs. Whether you are for or against cleaning up the air quality it’s safe to say that a car getting 300 MPG would do more good than harm, right? Or would it?
According to Steven Bancarz on Thespiritscience.net You won’t find the 300 MPG Volkswagen XL1 in an American showroom, in fact it has even been denied a tour of America because it is too efficient for the American public to be made widely aware of, and oil profits are too high in America with the status quo in place. No tour has been allowed for this car because the myth that 50 mpg is virtually impossible to obtain from even a stripped down econobox is too profitable to let go of, and when it comes to corporate oil profits, ignorance is bliss.
The Volkswagen XL1 is a diesel hybrid production call will hit nearly 261 miles per gallon on average with a potential of hitting 300 mpg. A plugin diesel hybrid that can seat two people. None the less a car with amazing gas mileage. Just in case you are wondering the top speed. we are talking 99 miles per hour. But remember the car is in the beginning stages.
One reason given by American legistlators is that “the car doesn’t meet American crash test standards”, but the real truth is that the Fed simply refused to ever crash test them because of what they are, in Europe even the XL1 is considered to be a very safe car in crashes, and the Jetta station wagon is obviously even safer and you CAN buy the non TDI versions of the exact same car in America. The only thing different is the engine. Since Volkswagen cars are usually one of the safest vehicles on the road.