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Volkswagen e-load up! electric van

e-load up electric van

Volkswagen is an electrically powered city van called the ‘e-load up!’. It has doors, four wheels and very small outer a whole host of space A cargo management system the interior to be configured in many

How big does a van need to be? The answer, of is the right size for the job. Too big is . and so is too small. In the case of an agile delivery vehicle, which is as suitable for service technicians as it is for pizza deliveries or social 3.54 metres is fine.

The result is the load up! an economical, flexible compact vehicle a seat for the driver, a fold-up seat and over 1 m 3 of space in the

The idea behind the load up! is a very small van that correspondingly small loads is to operate more efficiently a larger vehicle if, when volumes need transporting, the can rely on a fleet of sister The key idea here is collective The advantages are obvious: small, vehicles are ideal for large, cities.

For reasons of efficiency delivery vehicles are not dispatched the logistics centre until are full to capacity. This that the first 10 parcels to wait for the next 100 before can be delivered. That’s not the case the e-load up. Its electric motor makes driving in zero-emission possible.

The e-load up! is small, inexpensive to flexible and environmentally friendly. It is a commercial vehicle in the best of the term. It is based on the passenger car of the Volkswagen e-up. which is to order now in certain markets.

the right level of demand, a vehicle version, such as the up. could be available soon.

to the passenger model the cargo of the load up! has increased from 951 to 1,400 litres. This delivery van weighs 1.164 kg and can a total load of 306 kg – which ought to be enough for any pizzas or

It is powered by an almost silent motor with maximum output of 60 kW / 82 PS. Continual output is 40 kW / 55 PS. Its torque of 210 newton metres is from start-up. It accelerates 0 to 100 km/h within 12.4 and reaches a top speed of 130 km/h. The battery integrated into the has a storage capacity of 18.7


Thanks to the low vehicle weight, the up! can travel up to 160 kilometres (NEFC) on a charge.

As in the e-up! model, the for charging the battery in the e-load up! is under the ‘fuel cap’. as an option is the CCS combined charging standardised by Volkswagen and other It supports both direct and current charging, so that the can be charged at the majority of charging regardless of electricity source or speed on offer. In this way the up! can be back to 80 per cent of its battery in just 30 minutes.

However, the train concept of the smallest van in the fold goes one step If the customer wants a different of drive system, that’s no either: the Volkswagen load up! can be ordered with any of the passenger car standard power units: the economical petrol engine to the natural gas one.

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Facts at a glance

Name: up!

Character: Urban, electrically very small delivery van

premiere: September 2013, IAA

L/W/H in mm: 3540/1645/1477;

Engines / Electric motor 60 kW / 82 PS max. torque 210 Nm.

0 to 100 km/h: 12,4 Top speed: 130 km/h.

Battery: Lithium-ion battery, 18.7 kWh. Range: up to 160 (NEFC).

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