‘You know the deal’: Volkswagen makes an ultra-high-tech car

Volkswagen has created an ultra high-tech, electric, sports car that is powered by solar panels.

It is the first such vehicle to be offered to the public.

It will go on sale later this year.

Volkswagen’s ‘solar’ solar-powered car The Solar-Wagen is powered using solar panels on a roof.

The roof is made of a high-performance polyethylene material and covered with a solar-absorbing material.

A combination of solar panels and a solar panel array on top of the roof creates an efficient roof structure.

When solar panels are installed, the solar-strip system on top is charged by a battery.

When the solar panels have fully charged, the system will automatically turn on, and the car will be able to drive itself.

The car’s solar panel arrays are not connected to the grid, but the car has enough solar power to run the system for up to 24 hours.

It can be charged at home, and its battery lasts up to six hours.

The solar panels produce an output of up to 250 watts per kilowatt hour, according to the car’s manufacturer.

It also can generate as much as 10 kW (15 kw) of power from a small battery pack.

The battery is designed to be charged in just five minutes, but can be used for more than two hours.

Volkswagen claims that it is “the world’s first fully electric car with a roof solar panel”.

The car is also fitted with a range of electric features, including an electric motor, a power-assisted steering system, an electric braking system, and a range-extended battery.

The Solar Wagen can go up to 20km/h in just 4.4 seconds and travel 1,300km/hour (1,800mph) on the Autobahn.

The vehicle is also able to accelerate to 70km/hr in 4.7 seconds.

The sunspot cycle is measured in hours, and there are two different solar cycle types.

One is when the sun is directly overhead, and this is referred to as a sunspot, while the other is when it is just below the horizon.

In both cases, the sunspot is brighter, and it is usually accompanied by a change in temperature.

The current solar cycle is not a typical cycle, but is a period of solar activity in which solar activity peaks.

A normal cycle in the sun can last from a few days to several months.

When a solar cycle peaks, the planet’s temperature rises and the polar vortex starts to form.

The polar vortex is a vortex of cold air created by the atmosphere.

This can create clouds and storms, and can affect weather and transport in other regions of the world.

During a sunspots, the air around the sun gets warmer and the solar surface starts to glow, causing the atmosphere to be blown away.

It becomes a coronal mass ejection, or CME, which can be seen at the top of this page.

The CME causes an eruption of material that is travelling at a much faster speed than normal.

This material hits the sun’s surface, where it is blown away by the magnetic fields produced by the solar storm.

A solar storm occurs when there is a magnetic disturbance in the Earth’s magnetic field, causing a disturbance in Earth’s atmosphere that causes the solar wind to accelerate and travel in the direction of the sun.

The temperature of the atmosphere increases, creating a cooling effect.

During the CME cycle, the magnetic field in the atmosphere is unstable and can move from side to side.

The atmosphere is then able to form a vortex, which causes the coronal jets to form and travel at very high speeds.

During this time, the corona and magnetic storm produce intense solar storms in the Sun.

During an eclipse, the aurora is visible from space, as well as a lot of other phenomena.

This phenomenon occurs when the Earth passes between the Sun and the Moon.

A coronal hole is formed in the corosphere of the Sun’s corona, which is the part of the planet that contains the magnetic poles.

The magnetic field is bent and pushed outward.

This forces the magnetic elements of the Earth to align with the Earths magnetic poles, creating the auroras.

The Earth’s coronal holes can also produce the auroral displays in the night sky.

The solar wind is created by solar winds, particles that are blown by the Sun in the sky.

The energy from the solar particles is captured by the coronsins and the magnetic winds.

This energy then flows through the Earth and travels back to the Sun, where the solar winds generate energy.

The amount of energy that is generated depends on the speed of the solar particle, and is known as solar energy.

It can produce power for the car by charging the battery at home.

The Volkswagen Solar Wagon’s electric motors and electrical system have an electric drivetrain, which has an electric