|Volkswagen W12 Nardo Concept|
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The Volkswagen W12 Coupe (also known as the Volkswagen Nardò, referring to the Nardò Ring vehicle test track, near the Italian city of Nardò) was a concept car created by Volkswagen Passenger Cars in 1997. The car is portrayed in games, such as Gran Turismo, Asphalt 8, Project Gotham Racing 3, GTI Racing, and the Test Drive series. This car also featured in an April Fools joke as the new Volkswagen LeVanto.
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as of 2016, the W12 Nardo Concept was not reached production.
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