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Posted By Jonathan on 5 Aug 2013

Volkswagen s e-up! EV to at the Frankfurt Motorshow

Volkswagen is preparing for the impending release of it s all electric car, the Volkswagen

VW claims the car to be near silent able to carry up to four  The e-up! was first back in 2009 to a surprised

The VW e-up! is being introduced at a when eyes are being to electric motoring in general, new car releases being made by the s most well known companies who have, up until relied upon internal powered vehicles.

The e-up! will make its debut at the International Autoshow in Germany and following this become available to order thereafter.  First UK customer are expected to take place early 2014.

The e-up! a very usable driving of around 90 miles (150 km) and everyday practicality with 4 while charging times can be using rapid chargers 80% charge within 30 minutes a flat battery.

Designed as a car for city driving and the Volkswagen see the e-up! as an ideal car.

The e-up! is powered by an motor with 60 kW / 82 PS peak – without any disturbing gearshift or powertrain noise. Its continuous is 40 kW / 55 PS. Its maximum torque of 210 Newton is available almost immediately.

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The VW accelerates from 0 to 62mph km/h) in a rather lackadaisical 14 yet reaches a relatively decent top of 84mph (135 km/h) for city use.  Interestingly when VW first announced the acceleration figures of 0-62mph stated as taking a mere seconds.

The e-up! is equipped with a battery which is integrated in the area giving excellent of gravity weight distribution for cornering.  The battery has a energy storage capacity of Kilowatt-hours (kWh); giving the power to cover up to 90miles km) on a single charge.  Volkswagen taken care not to allow the of the batteries to make the up! base cumbersome, keeping the e-up! s at a lowly 1,185 kg.

As an option, Volkswagen have the Combined Charging System which has been standardised by and other carmakers and can be plugged in via the filling flap where port for is located. It supports DC and AC charging, so drivers can easily their cars at most stations – regardless of the power or charging rates they may

Although based on the fossil-fuel up. the styling of the e-up! has been enhanced including the curved of the LED daytime running lights in the bumper and the front end, and underbody have been optimised.

As can be found on most electric accents of blue have added across the whole including blue backgrounded VW blue stitching of the seats and tones used in the centre screen and instrument cluster. from subtle visual the e-up! features machine-polished alloy wheels which set it from other models.

e-up! Front view

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