Electric cars are expensive. We cannot escape that for the time being. We know it, we understand it, but sometimes we still find it hard to swallow. You bought a Volkswagen Up ten years ago from 8,000 euros. Then the current starting price of 16,900 euros is already swallowing, but 25,850 euros for an e-Up all the way.
Volkswagen withdrew its electric mini from the delivery program at the beginning of this year. Now it's back, with the same specs, the same range, but with a slightly higher price. The Volkswagen e-Up is 83 hp strong, has a 32.3 kWh battery and a WLTP range of more than 250 kilometers.
If you place the Volkswagen e-Up on the wallbox at home, its battery will be full again after 5.5 hours. If you choose to connect it to a 40 kW CCS DC charger, you will see the charge level of the car at 80 percent after about an hour.
The Volkswagen e-Up is available in two versions: the basic version costing 25,850 euros and the E-Up Style for 27,200 euros. The main difference between the two is that the Style has high-gloss black mirror caps, body-colored bumpers, alloy wheels, tinted windows, mood lighting and chrome accents in the interior.
You drive the Volkswagen Up for a fixed low amount per month via Volkswagen Private Lease
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