Volkswagen Passat TDI Sets New World Record For Fuel Economy With 77.99 MPG in 48 State Drive

June 25, 2013

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The Volkswagen Passat TDI clean diesel has just set a world record with the lowest fuel consumption for a non-hybrid car with a recorded 77.99 mpg. VW has announced that the new Guinness World Records has been achieved by drivers Wayne Gerdes and Bob Winger, who piloted the diesel Passat around the lower 48 U.S. states. The achievement also beats the hybrid vehicle record of 64.6 mpg by more than 13 mpg.

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