Volkswagen “Think Blue ” – Solutions for lowcarbon mobility

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Volkswagen Golf e-motion – e-Motion 85 kW motor / 26.5 kWh lithium-ion battery


Discover the most Volkswagen models.

Polo 3

eco up! 7

What drives you?

this much variety impossible to choose wrongly: fuel consumption with performance is now reality in the Golf TDI 6 and Passat Variant BlueTDI 5. our diesel models. The same to the TSI engine in the Polo BlueGT. gas (CNG) is clean and especially value; you use it to fuel the

eco up! 7 In the Jetta 4. an electric drive system a TDI engine when setting off and and short journeys it can even on its own. Have a browse and get to this selection of our most models.

Twice the drive, double the The Jetta Hybrid 4 .

That drives you on gets you further. good that the Jetta 4 has two drives: a 1.4-litre TSI engine 110 kW (150 PS) and a 20 kW electric motor. you set off and drive short distances, the Hybrid 4 runs electrically and without emissions locally. technologies such as the DSG dual gearbox, clutch-

disengagement and energy regeneration reduce further, and in a combined cycle the Hybrid 4 uses as much as 20% fuel than other cars. Driving with two can be twice the fun!

One of the cleanest diesels in the world: The BlueTDI 5 .

With its 103 kW (140 PS) rail engine, the Passat 5 leaves behind a lasting But it leaves little else, to its sophisticated exhaust treatment which transforms 90% of the nitric (NOx) into water and nitrogen. This helps the BlueTDI 5 meet the strict 6 emission standard in category

N* and it one of the world’s cleanest diesel Needless to say, technologies as the start-stop system with energy regeneration reduce consumption in the Passat BlueTDI 5 .

Save on fuel – but not on fun: The TDI BlueMotion 6 .

Do you like a car that’s fun to Then the Golf TDI BlueMotion 6 its 1.6-litre TDI engine and 81 kW (110 PS) is an choice. And it’s an economical one in combined cycle it consumes 3.2 litres per 100 kilometres, and emits 85 grams of CO 2 per kilometre. This is possible by fuel-saving technologies as the start-stop

Volkswagen Golf e-motion – e-Motion 85 kW motor / 26.5 kWh lithium-ion battery

system with energy regeneration, a consumption six-speed gearbox, and low-roll-resistance The Golf TDI BlueMotion 6 can’t much in the way of CO 2 emissions but it can offer a lot of fun you drive it. Typical “Think

Sporty and thrifty too: The BlueGT 3 .

The Polo BlueGT 3 just look sporty, a 103 kW (140 PS), 1.4 litre TSI it has plenty of real performance on But in spite of its top performance figures, doesn’t get left behind. to innovative technologies such as ACT cylinder management, the Polo 3 reigns supreme in the master of reducing CO 2 .

Combined, it emits 107-105 g/km. If you like and economy rolled into then you will certainly this model. It’s a win typical “Think Blue.”

Little car, big efficiency: The eco up! 7

it some gas with Germany’s efficient natural gas vehicle, expression takes on a completely new which has nothing to do with fast. The eco up! 7 consumes 2.9 kilograms of gas for every 100 kilometres, which costs €3.05.

More just a good result, we As is the fact that the eco up! 7 emits

79 grams of CO 2 per kilometre. And that it can up to 380 kilometres on a full tank of gas. And, that its petrol tank offers a 220 kilometres of driving pleasure.

When will you be giving it gas?

Volkswagen Golf e-motion – e-Motion 85 kW motor / 26.5 kWh lithium-ion battery
Volkswagen Golf e-motion – e-Motion 85 kW motor / 26.5 kWh lithium-ion battery
Volkswagen Golf e-motion – e-Motion 85 kW motor / 26.5 kWh lithium-ion battery

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