VW Kombi is quite popular, even practically very popular in the community. combi is a Volkswagen with a large dimension, panjand and wide. can be used for various purposes and needs. with a spacious cabin Vw lot transformed into a passenger vehicle, camping, the carrier, even in the modification of the store running. VW bus was originally manufactured in the 50’s era VW Type 2 with a code or a VW bus or Kombi, or Dakota. and continued until 2005 is in production in mexico. This is different from brazil vw VW combi germany. combi in Wolfsburg in production from the ’50s up to 1978 only. then, from 1980 to 2005 VW combi produced in Brazil. and of the absurd is the design of windows, doors and engines. if the combi German side mirror only consists of 3 pieces (including the front cabin), the VW Brazil has the side mirror as much as 6 pieces, almost the same as the VW Dakota, and has a swing door. unlike the german VW has a sliding door. and VW Brazil has a different engine designs, many experts say that VW VW Brazil is more “Fast” rather than German VW.
Pictured above is a VW combi alerts brazil 80s. with classic styling. and the figure below is a combi brazil evolved in the era of the 2000s. with a new design, with a high roof, and a machine equipped with a radiator or watercooled. VW is quite successful despite only being produced from combinations of previous evolution. with the body design, engine, and a new interior, VW Kombi is still showing his true identity as a VW combi and not forgetting its original form, well, old body new energy.T2C, so called because it is raised the roof – approximately 10 cm (3.9 cm) – In the beginning of 1990 was built for the South American and Central American markets. It may also in other countries, including England. Since 1995, T2C is built in Brazil with 1.6 L of air-cooled engine for the Brazilian market, and cooling water 1.8 L inline four-cylinder 67 kW (91 hp, 90 hp) engine fuel injection for the Mexican market, it is štodrugi easily identified by a large, black, with radiator. Since production of the original Beetle was discontinued put the end of 2003 as a 2004 model, Volkswagen T2 remains the only model with a traditional air-cooled, rear-mounted boxer engine when the Brazilian model shifted to water-cooled engine 23 December 2005. There is a 1.6 liter 50 hp (37 kW, 51 kW) water-cooled diesel engine version of T2, which is produced in Brazil, 1981-1985. This version is very economical – value of 15 km / l to 18 km / l were reported, but suffer from poor performance and poor cooling system, resulting in shorter engine life.Volkswagen Type Model T2 is by far the longest period in Brazil, in September 1950 was introduced as a Volkswagen “Combi” is the name that the whole production. Fierce competition from the European front wheel drive hard newer generation still does not match your Kombi unrivaled cost-benefit equation. Only in two versions, the bus (seats nine or 12-person – the fourth row is added to the school bus or metro transport market) or a panel van, but it offers a choice of factory: the rear window defroster. Until June 2009, the Volkswagen Group T2 built in Sao Bernardo do Campo plant at a rate 97 per day .glance, brazil VW interior looks the same as the VW T2, dashboard, with the same design, the difference is the steering wheel, a little heavier than the old VW combi. and the design looks a little more comfortable seat than the old combi. the rest, all are reprints of T2 VW combi.Heavier gases legislation introduced by the Brazilian government in 2006 forced a shift to water-cooled engines. The new “Flex Fuel” water cooled engine on petrol and alcohol, which costs about 50% less than ordinary fuel in Brazil. Borrowed from the Volkswagen Fox, the rear-mounted engine is a EA-111 1.4 L 8v Total Flex 1390 cc (84.8 cu in), 58 kW (79 hp, 78 hp) for petrol, and 60 kW (82 hp, 80 hp) when running on ethanol, and 124 N · m (91 ft · lbf) torque. This version is very successful, despite the small changes in the general T2-bodied vehicle. It still contains the four-speed transmission, but with a new end of the transmission can be cruise at 120 km / h (75 mph) to 4100 rpm. The top speed is 130 km / h (81 mph). 0 to 100 km / h (0-62 mph) is reached in 22.7 seconds (compared to 29.5 seconds for the last air-cooled version). Improvements have been made with 6.6% lower fuel consumption, and nearly 2 decibels (dB) less noise (again relative to the air cooled version).