Is the VW up an electric car?

Is the VW up an electric car?

What is it? The all-electric version of the Volkswagen Up, which is the best city car you can buy. The e-Up is also one of the three VW Group city car clones – you can buy an electric Skoda called the Citigo i-EV, or a Seat Mii Electric, sharing exactly the same powertrain.

Is the VW E-up being discontinued?

The Skoda Citigo-e iV has been discontinued as the Czech manufacturer looks to move away from producing smaller electric cars.

Does the 2013 VW up have Bluetooth?

No electric mirrors, no heated seats, and only the 64bhp engine, rather than my Up’s 74bhp mill. However, you still get sat-nav and Bluetooth, as well as a big cost saving.

What is the range of an e-up?

With a range of 99 miles on a full charge, the e-up! is ideal for those living in the city.

How much is a VW Up electric?

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.

Why did VW stop the e-Golf?

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.

Why have VW stopped making the up?

VW’s city car will only be sold as an electric car due to stricter emissions legislation. Volkswagen is set to axe petrol versions of its up! city car, it has been confirmed. The switch to electric-only is motivated by forthcoming emissions regulations that will render petrol-powered versions of the up!

How many miles can a VW up last?

Volkswagen cars typically last around 100,000 miles as long as it is serviced and taken good care of. VW cars you buy today usually last longer than VWs that are just 10 years old. However, like most vehicles, you can only achieve this mile mark if you continuously take the car for regular maintenance.

Does VW Polo 2013 have Bluetooth?

The Volkswagen Polo now comes with Bluetooth as standard on all models above the entry-level S trim – a feature which was previously a £245 option.