What is the range of the VW E-Up?

What is the range of the VW E-Up?

161 miles
The e-Up first arrived in 2013 and was updated in 2019, the main change being a new battery with twice the capacity of the previous version. That allows for a WLTP-tested official range of 161 miles.

How much is the electric VW up?

The new version of the Volkswagen e-Up has gone on sale in the UK with an official range of 159 miles and a starting price of £19,695, including the £3500 government grant.

How do I extend the range on my electric car?

Here’s 10 reasonably simple ways to do it:

  1. Drive Smoothly. Simply put, lead-footed driving will drain your EV’s battery at an accelerated rate.
  2. Slow Down. Try to keep your speed under 60 mph whenever possible.
  3. Maximize Regenerative Braking.
  4. Go Easy On The Heat.
  5. Be Cool With The AC.
  6. Tend To Tires.
  7. Travel Light.
  8. Keep It Slick.

How many miles does an Egolf get?

The official NEDC range of the e-Golf is 186 miles, although interestingly Volkswagen quotes a real-life range of 124 miles.

Is the VW E-Up discontinued?

Orders for the e-up! were suspended in the UK for several months in late 2020 due to high demand, but it can now once again be configured on the company’s website. Its Skoda Citigo-e iV sister model has definitively ended production, but the also mechanically identical SEAT Mii electric is still available.

Is the VW E-up being discontinued?

How much does it cost to charge an e-Golf?

VW’s hugely successful Golf is like an old friend for many drivers, and the e-Golf provides a reassuring choice for fans the world over. Charging a Volkswagen e-Golf 80 % will give the vehicle around 99 miles range, at a cost of around 4.2 p a mile, when charging at home .

Why is e-Golf discontinued?

Volkswagen has ended production of its e-Golf electric hatchback as it prepares to build a new production line for the ID 3 at its Dresden factory. Production was scaled up in 2017 to meet demand, with the ‘Transparent Factory’ in Dresden also building the EV.

What’s the range of the new VW e-up?

Measured on the New European Drive Cycle, the new VW e-Up electric car has a theoretical range of 99 miles. However, wary of over-stating the case and being pilloried by stranded customers, VW revises that figure, suggesting that a more realistic expectation should be 75-103 miles in summer and 50-75 miles in winter.

Is the Volkswagen e-up a good car to buy?

Although prices are yet to be confirmed, Volkswagen says it will be close to the outgoing car. With a realistic range now well over 100 miles the e-Up is a realistic proposition out of town while still making the most of its capabilities within.

What kind of battery does VW e-up have?

The big news is a new lithium-ion battery with 36.8kWh capacity, compared to just 18.7kWh for the old car, which has a significant effect on its range; Volkswagen claims up to 161 miles (260km) on a full charge. Switching from prismatic to pouch battery cells has increased the energy density and cut the battery volume by 20 litres.

How long does it take to charge Volkswagen e-up?

The electric motor remains as before, providing 82bhp and 156lb ft of torque. Take the option of CCS fast charging and the e-Up will go from zero to 80% charged in one hour, while a conventional 7.2kW AC charger performs the same feat in four hours.