Volkswagen EUp Concept

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Volkswagen E-Up Concept

has released its latest E-Up at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor This time the E-UP all electric propulsion. The lithium ion of the E-UP is good for 80 miles of before requiring a recharge.

The motor is rated at 40kW with a burst power of and torque is rated at 210Nm. Not any eco-drivers will be worried this, but 0-60 sprints happen in 11.3 seconds and the will top out at a maximum speed of 84 per hour.

Inside, the E-Up from a unique 3+1 seating derived from the original Up shown a few years back. layout means that the and two side passengers will optimum seating positions the extra space behind the used for cargo capacity.

Although this is a concept car for Volkswagen confirmed a production EV will be launched in 2013.

E-UP! ZERO-EMISSIONS CONCEPT AT FRANKFURT

Volkswagen has unveiled an zero-emissions vehicle the E-Up!

Powered by an electric motor of delivering a peak of 81 PS (54 PS constant) and 154 lbs ft of channelling drive through the wheels, the E-Up! can accelerate to 62 mph in seconds before reaching a top of 84 mph.

The E-Up! weighs just kg a remarkable figure given the lithium-ion batteries powering the account for 240 kg of this total.

The have a capacity of 18 kWh which a theoretical range of over 80 Through the use of proposed public stations 80 per cent of the vehicle’s capacity can be made available an hour. Using a 230-volt system would require a time of around five


This process is aided by a of solar panels measuring 1.4 metres mounted on the roof.

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Housed under the floor of the the batteries are protected by a specially crash structure and are kept by a series of heat exchangers. The system, including the electric transmission and differential are all extremely to free up as much space the car as possible.

Drawing inspiration the new design direction established by de Silva (Head of Design, Group) on the Golf as well as the up! from the 2007 Frankfurt the new E-Up! evolves the look a distinctive face’ and clean, lines complemented by intricate around the front and rear The E-Up! measures just mm in length and sits on a 2,190 mm with minimal front and overhangs.

Despite the diminutive dimensions the is spacious inside and is capable of three adults plus a The 3+1 seating arrangement means two can sit on the passenger side of the vehicle the passenger seat mounted 50 mm forward than the driver’s to allow this to be possible. On the side a small space is for occasional use by adults or children.

The loadspace is 85-litres, rising to when the seats are folded.

The approach to the drivetrain and packaging is in the design of the interior. To reduce on the vehicle’s batteries simple such as the mirror adjustment and are manually operated. These methods extend to the touchscreen HMI Machine Interface) system relays critical information to the including the amount of charge and offers advice on nearby stations.

On unveiling the E-Up! Prof. Dr.

Winterkorn, Chairman of the Board of of the Volkswagen Group said: with pure petrol and engines which in the foreseeable will continue to be unbeatable for to long-range distances will be by cars like the E-Up! in years. And that will starting in 2013. The concept now presented in Frankfurt very shows how we envision such a with pure electric technology, visually and in terms of

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Volkswagen e-Up![226]
Volkswagen e-Up![226]
Volkswagen e-Up![226]
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