2014 VW Golf BlueMotion Diesel Concept Gets 74 MPG

2014 VW Golf BlueMotion Diesel Concept Gets 74 MPG

Volkswagen has just revealed one of the world’s most efficient cars, a Golf BlueMotion concept powered by a new 1.6-liter TDI netting itself nearly 74-mpg.

The vehicle is on display at the 2012 Paris Motor Show and even though the German automaker is calling it a concept, it’s pretty much a production model set to go on sale in Europe starting next summer. It’s being billed as the most fuel-efficient Golf ever built with a fuel consumption of 3.2 liters per 100 km which calculates to about 73.5-mpg in the US.

According to the automaker, the Golf BlueMotion has a theoretical range of 971 miles thanks to its new 1.6-liter TDI with 109-hp and 184 lb-ft of torque. It’s also lighter than its predecessors and adopts several new features like low rolling resistance tires, longer gear ratios, a stop-start system, and battery regeneration mode.

Compared to the standard Golf model, the BlueMotion is also 15 mm lower, sports a roof spoiler, and cooling tweaks to fully optimize the vehicle. The Golf BlueMotion will also be offered in two trim levels: Trendline or Comfortline.

GALLERY: 2014 Volkswagen Golf BlueMotion


  • If my car got 74 miles to the gallon I would only have to buy gas once a month, if that. 

  • Spwilson2

    I would love to see this in the US……soon VW!!!

  • build it and they WILL come! with most owned vehicles on US roads getting < 25 mpg, people will step up to the dealers doorstep

  • TD Fontenot

    If VW does the same for the BlueMotion as it did for the Tiguan TDI, than don’t hold your breath for it to get to the USA any time soon! Of course i can’t blame it all on VW, we can thank that, so called leader, that we have in office in office.  

  • spiked

     Hilarious – you’re blaming VW not bringing a particular model to the US on Obama?!?

    Y’all haters need to get a life.

  • James Katt

    Politicians will be complaining about how little in fuel tax they are getting because of cars like this.  They will want to increase vehicle car taxes for cars like this.