The Volkswagen e-Golf is an all-electric hatchback produced by the German automotive manufacturer Volkswagen. The production version was unveiled at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. In 2017 VW unveiled new e-Golf with a slightly refreshed look, upgraded powertrain and battery pack.
Front and rear crumple zones help absorb crash energy, while a rigid safety cage helps deflect it away from the driver and passengers. In the event of a collision that deploys the airbags, the Intelligent Crash Response System (ICRS) can turn off the fuel pump, unlock the doors, and activate the hazard lights. It helps react if person might not be able to. Automatic Post-Collision Braking System can help bring the car to a stop after a collision, helping reduce the chance of any additional impacts.
The “e” in e-Golf doesn’t stand for compromise. Other than running on electricity, it’s 100% Golf. It’s an urban adventure vehicle ready to go out on the town and back.
The car allows to go from home to work and back again on a commute, and also to run a few errands in between before feeling low on energy. 7.2 kW on-board charger with available SAE combo DC Fast Charger gives the driver DC Fast Charging capabilities.
The e-Golf gets extra interior details. Like the blue accents on the shift knob and the e-Golf emblem in the front of the shifter. An atmosphere that boasts it’s ready for liftoff.
With its distinctive hatch, sleek lines, and futuristic-looking LED taillights, electric describes the looks as well as the motor.
The 2017 VW e-Golf is the FWD hatchback with the 35,8kWh battery.
It is currently produced.
It hits 62mph (100km/h) in 9.6s and reaches a top speed of 93mph (150km/h).
It is propelled by a front electric motor with a practical output of 100kW providing 214lb-ft (290Nm) of torque.
It’s official EPA 125-mile (NEDC 300km) range is more than enough for most daily commutes.