Quick Shift: Model Bloat

No air conditioning, but pretty amazing cornering.

The 2011 Volkswagen Rabbit has grown much bigger than It was last year. We’ll leave it to someone else to determine interior space.

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  1. hglaber Avatar

    Technically, that's a Volkswagen Hare.

  2. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
    mr. mzs zsm msz esq

    Ooh bid on this: http://atomictoasters.com/2011/05/whatsit-solved-… If you flatten him uniformly you can measure interior volume!

    1. Alff Avatar

      How appropriate – that would require decontenting.

      1. mr. mzs zsm msz esq Avatar
        mr. mzs zsm msz esq

        Wow, you were on a roll today, thanks for the laughs!

  3. dragon951 Avatar

    In the US it has been suggested that this obesity is due to a lack of selection pressure from predation:
    <img src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/93/Volkswagen-Fox-GL-sedan.jpg/800px-Volkswagen-Fox-GL-sedan.jpg&quot; width=400 />

  4. CptSevere Avatar

    Here in the Southwest, you can get a Jack Rabbit, which has more suspension travel. However, the on-board computer has hardly any capacity, leading to a higher incidence of terminal collision. The version seen in our region is frequently seen totaled by the side of the road, being parted out by local airborne dismantlers.

  5. MJJMJM Avatar

    Was the Rabbit that light to begin with?