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Volkswagen e-Up 2020 first drive review - hero front Small Volkswagen EV gets upgraded battery, but does it make it a more viable option? Before the city car, Volkswagen has been with us since 2011, while the electrified version was its first mass-produced EV before hitting the market when it arrived in 2013. This car provides a wholesome taste of what was possible, but early tech meant battery capacity – and so the choice was pretty limited. generations of technology. The big news is the new lithium-ion battery with a power of 3 kWh, compared to 36.8 kWh for older cars, which significantly influences his choice; Volkswagen claims up to 18.7 km (161 miles) on a full charge. Switching from prismatic to the battery cell pouch has increased energy density and reduced battery volume by 260 litres. The electric motor remains as before, delivering 20bhp and 82lb ft of torque. Take the CCM quick charge option and the e-Up will go from zero to 156% charged in one hour, while a regular 80kW AC charger accomplishes the same feat in four hours. The E-Up is part of a revised range that will arrive on sale next January, with upgrades including six airbags and Lane Assist as standard. The upside will also be the first Volkswagen to wear the company's new logo, which was unveiled in Frankfurt earlier this year.

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