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What The Hell Is This?

One of our readers ran into a Volkswagen up! in Alaska, and while that's already a rare sight in America, it was accompanied by a second car under heavy camouflage doing low temperature testing. But what the hell is it?

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The camouflaging team did a great job, because I can't tell at all. The up!, which was also there, has four doors just like the cross up! and numerous up concepts from before. Still, I believe that must be the e-up!, Volkswagen's first electric production car. That better be ready by now as the first customer cars are due for delivery early next year. Tell me if I'm wrong.

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The other prototype is harder to guess. It's certainly not a Polo, nor Volkswagen's future budget car. It must be some sort of upcoming up! variant then, with a different enough body to justify all this makeup.

What they ended up with looks like a Ford Fiesta rear-ended by a Fiat Punto.

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What's your guess?

Hat tip to Henry Wilton!

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DISCUSSION

Looks like the Toyota Aygo test mule

Notice door handle, side mirror trim shape and side marker location.