Electric VW Golf arrives in Germany for 34 900 euros

Electric VW Golf arrives in Germany for 34 900 euros

The new Volkswagen Golf VII electric already being sold in Germany, with a starting price of 34,900 euros.

Described by VW as "the most successful European car ever", the all-electric variant of the Golf, with four doors and an engine of 115 horsepower (85 kW), which provides instant torque of 27.5 lb-ft.

According to the manufacturer, the e-Golf is 0-60 km / h in 4.2 seconds and will need 10.4 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h. Depending on driving conditions, and route traffic, the model has an estimated range between 130 and 190 km.

In addition, Volkswagen announced that the electric Golf comes with a guarantee of 8 anos/160 one thousand kilometers to 24.2 kWh battery. According to the German company, the cost of running the e-Golf will only € 3.28 per 100 km.

The model comes standard with a wide variety of equipment such as heated windscreen, radio and navigation system, leather covered steering wheel, full LED headlights and LED daytime running lights also. The VW e-Golf is also equipped with automatic temperature control.

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