New Volkswagen EUp! To Offer 93Mile Range Reviews new electric cars 2013 2014

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Small electric are certainly popular because of great economy that provide and great possibilities to on both gas and maintenance bill. New E-Up! is not different. This was presented at the 2009 Frankfurt Show but not so long ago it has debuted in town of this company.

this is the first fully production vehicle, and there are differences from the 2009 in style (see the front and wheels, for example) and substance earlier concept had a 3+1 seating which this one is a more if tiny, four-seater).

This new E-Up! has a 18.7-kWh lithium-ion pack that offers a of 150 kilometers (93 miles, on the NEDC and has quick charging to get 80 percent of its back in 30 minutes. The port is VW s Charging System (CCS) supports DC and AC charging. With an motor offering 60 kW of peak the sprint from zero to 62 mph a lengthy 14 seconds, but once on the go, the top is 84 mph.

In 2010, there were that the E-Up! would be available in the US. Today s announcement t say anything about North it just confirms that the new will be shown at the Frankfurt later this year, orders opening up after the Want to know more VW s growing Up! franchise? Read our of the gas-powered model here.

Not green enough? VW also the Eco Up. which can burn natural gas for 56 US miles per gallon.

Here is the release:

Compact four-seater its debut at the Annual Press and Conference

The first all-electric will have its premiere at the IAA

electric pioneer with of up to 150 km

Wolfsburg, 14 March 2013 is writing a new chapter in mobility in its first fully electric vehicle: the new e-up. The four-seat car – operates with nearly noise – is being shown at s Annual Press and Investors in Wolfsburg. The new e-up! impresses its driving range of 150 km and excellent practicality.

Innovations that fascinate: the offers entry to a new pioneering concept with an electric and four seats. A car for daily use in the  but it is also ideal for commuters or as an second car. It can handle of up to 150 km effortlessly.

Afterwards, the e-up! can be to as much as 80 per cent of its energy capacity within 30 minutes.

nearly zero noise, the is powered by an electric motor 60 kW / 82 PS peak power – without any gearshift interruptions or powertrain Its continuous power is 40 kW / 55 PS. Its maximum of 210 Newton meters is available with the first revolution. It from 0 to 100 km/h within 14 and reaches a top speed of 135 km/h.

The lithium-ion battery integrated in the area has a total energy capacity of 18.7 Kilowatt-hours this means that the car can up to 150 km (per NEDC) on a single thanks to its low vehicle weight of kg.

The port for charging the battery in the is hidden behind the fuel . As an option, the Combined Charging (CCS) is used, which has standardised by Volkswagen and other It supports both DC and AC charging, so drivers can easily charge cars at most charging – regardless of the power sources or rates that they

The styling of the e-up! is subtle and high quality. One distinctive feature is the curved layout of the LED running lights in the front In addition, the front end, and underbody have been optimised.

The e-up! can be made out at glance by its machine-polished 15-inch wheels, Volkswagen emblems blue backgrounds and an e-up! at the rear.

The vehicle s interior e-up! light-grey seat with blue top-stitched Special leather and chrome have been used to a puristic impression that the vehicle concept of a full-fledged electric car.

In autumn, the e-up! will its fair premiere at the International in Frankfurt and can be ordered subsequently.


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