Two weeks ago we brought you images of the Volkswagen Nils electric car concept to be revealed at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show.
The car has now been unveiled and Green Car Reports can bring you a full gallery of Volkswagen's smallest electric car concept to date.
The Nils looks very similar to the teaser images we showed you a few weeks back, but what surprises is how production-ready the car looks - on par with the 2013 Renault Twizy electric car we saw at the Geneva Motor Show. It's certainly far less dramatic than Audi's Urban Concept electric car, and more interesting as a result.
The concept is a striking vehicle. It's equally as small as you'd expect a narrow, one-person vehicle to be - taller yet shorter than a junior formula single-seat racing car. It has a dynamic look and some nice details, such as the blade-style tail lights and wide door bars that seem to "float" in the glass gull-wing doors.
We were also able to sit inside the Nils and once again, it felt very production-ready. Materials quality was up to the standards you expect from Volkswagen and the seat is a comfortable yet sporty bucket seat, the central position giving a unique view through the narrow windscreen.
2011 Volkswagen Nils concept live photos, 2011 Frankfurt Auto ShowEnlarge Photo