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Volkswagen e-Golf Electric Cars

FRANKFURT PREVIEW: Volkswagen world premiere

Both the and e-Golf will be sold as a five-door cars

Having back for years while General Motors, Renault-Nissan and launched plug-in cars, the Group is about to launch new EVs and PHEVs. The first two, the and e-Golf, will debut at the IAA.

The new plug-in Volkswagens are the first production pure Each is said to be a high model, though the company is yet to state any hard numbers this it should do at the Frankfurt

The full specification of the e-up! was to the media as long ago as March. but now has VW revealed the drivetrain secrets of the five-seater Golf.

The e-Golf has a range of up to 190km and standard will include automatic control with parking and ventilation, a radio-navigation system, heating, LED daytime running and the Volkswagen brand’s first use of LED

The plug-in Golf is said to 12.7kWh of electricity, so given a of 0.258 euro per kWh (Germany, as of July 2013), driving 100 would cost EUR3.30 to Volkswagen’s figures.

An 85kW/115PS motor produces its maximum torque of 270Nm as soon as it off. VW says the car reaches 100 in 10.4 seconds and has an electronically top speed of 140 km/h.

Key components for new EVs — e-motors, gearboxes and batteries — were in-house, and are also manufactured in at Volkswagen Group plants.

The e- can be from other Golfs but exterior features, including wheels and a blue stripe runs across the grille and in the same way that the GTI has a red stripe.

than Germany, a list of markets is yet to be announced for the e-Golf.

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Wolfsburg, 27 August 2013 In a dual world premiere, will be presenting two new and extremely electric cars at the International Show (IAA) in Frankfurt to 22nd September): the e-up! and This means that most successful carmaker is two high-volume production models to the age of mobility. Both zero-emissions offer unlimited everyday each has four doors, and are attractively equipped. Standard automatic climate control parking heater and ventilation, system, windscreen heating, LED running lights and, in the the Volkswagen brand’s first use of LED

The two newcomers are also leaders in efficiency: the e-up! consumes 11.7 kWh of electricity per 100 km this it the new world champion in efficiency. The positioned two classes higher, an excellent value of 12.7 Given an electricity price of per kWh (Germany, as of 31st July driving 100 km with the e-up! just €3.02, and with the it is around €3.30.

Made in Germany. Innovative technologies are core competencies at Therefore, the e-motors, gearboxes and batteries of the e-up! and e-Golf are in-house, and they are manufactured in Volkswagen component plants in

Typical Volkswagen. All Volkswagen are to operate, extremely practical in use and sophisticated, and these traits been fully transferred to the new e-vehicles. The zero-emission cars Volkswagen are manufactured with the high-volume production systems as counterparts with combustion

e-Golf data. The e-Golf, is being presented in a world in Frankfurt, is driven by a 85 kW / 115 PS electric The motor produces its maximum torque of 270 Nm as soon as it starts

The results: the front-wheel drive reaches 100 km/h in 10.4 On a motorway, the speed of the five-seat drive car is electronically limited to 140

Volkswagen e-Golf Electric Cars

e-up! data. Also its debut in a world premiere at the IAA is the e-up. Its electric motor 60 kW / 82 PS. This motor transmits 210 Nm of to the driven front axle a standstill. It completes the sprint to 100 in 12.4 seconds.

Top speed: 130 km/h.


Driving tailored for commuters. The e-up! can 160 km on one battery charge (18.7 while the e-Golf with its battery (24.2 kWh) has a of 190 km. In both models, two very driving modes (“Eco”, and four just as easy to regenerative braking modes “D2”, “D3” and “B”) to extend maximum ranges. And are driving ranges that sense.

In Germany, for example, by the Federal Ministry for Transport, and Urban Development found around 80 per cent of all car drivers in drive fewer than 50 km

Quick charging. The fastest CCS stations (direct current) the time needed to charge the of an e-up! or an e-Golf to 80 per cent to just around half an

Powertrain and fuel strategy. the past decade, Volkswagen has systematically sketched out a schedule for the in its powertrain and fuel strategy, included starting points for vehicles like the e-up! and This strategy sets up a with realistic time for the introduction of alternative drive such as the hybrid, electric and systems. In this scenario, the drive system which be demonstrated by the new e-up! and e-Golf an indispensable and sensible supplemental system. That is because cars utilise renewable sources and enable zero-emissions in metropolitan areas.

Nonetheless, into the future Volkswagen continue to promote an intelligent mix of the efficient drive systems.

at the pace of the big city. The fact is the target group for electric is growing, because a paradigm has begun. Sustainable mobility is an increasing impact on people’s Yet the products for implementing this awareness must be practical and fun as — such as the e-up! and which accelerate to big city in just a few seconds.

The new zero-emission Volkswagen cars have the potential for irreversibly up the electric car segment with technology, a high level of practicality and a dynamic driving

Original source: https://www.volkswagen-media-services.com/medias_publish/ms/content/en.html?1260214273364

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