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The e‑Golf costs 4p per mile versus 14p petrol equivalent.
Quiet and spacious, with electric acceleration.
144 miles WLTP tested range. That's London to Brighton and back.
Simple. Clean. Dependable. Servicing at all Volkswagen garages.
New technology, same pedigree. Quality you can trust.
Everything you love about the Golf on the outside. Everything you'll love about the e‑Golf on the inside.
The e‑Golf retains the classic styling of the Golf, with its own electric twist. LED headlights, C-shaped running lights and signature blue flash across the front grille.
The e‑Golf features the full suite of Volkswagen driver assistance, including Adaptive Cruise Control, Front Assist, Blind Spot Sensor, Park Assist, Traffic Jam Assist and Emergency Assist to bring the car to a controlled stop if you are unable to.
Exceptional comfort for an exceptional car
The e‑Golf provides for comfort, convenience and style. The cabin is climate controlled and the fully adjustable front seats offer lumber support as standard. Also available in leather.
The e‑Golf's Car Net Mirrorlink system makes your Android and Apple entertainment apps available on your dashboard, while the Active Info Display delivers navigation instructions in the driver's eyeline, directly behind the steering wheel.
But only in the motoring press. Volkswagen’s new pure electric hatchback has been receiving the sort of reviews you might expect for a Volkswagen.
The e‑Golf is much simpler to maintain than a petrol or diesel car. There are just three components in the entire drivetrain and far fewer moving parts. Electric servicing is already available at all Volkswagen retailers.
That’s how long it takes to charge your new e‑Golf using a rapid charger. And unlike petrol and diesel cars, you don’t have to be there while it fills up, so you can go and do something more interesting instead.
ZapMaps recently confirmed there are now more charging stations in the UK than filling stations. Charging your e‑Golf will be like charging your smartphone. Just plug in to top up your charge wherever you are. Easy.
This is how much it costs to fill up your new e‑Golf, all the way from empty to full. (Home charging based on a typical cost of 14p/KWh.)
This is how far you can go without recharging your new e‑Golf. That’s one charge every 5 days for the average driver doing 25 miles a day. (144 miles WLTP tested range.)
Your new e‑Golf doesn’t produce tailpipe emissions. In fact, it doesn’t even have a tailpipe.
Unlike petrol and diesel, there’s no lag between pressing the accelerator of your new e‑Golf and actually accelerating. Experience the thrill of electric. Drive the e‑Golf.
e‑Golf 'On the road' retail price including Plug-in car grant from £28,075.
Manufacturer recommended 'On the road' retail price from £31,075.
The e‑Golf currently qualifies for the Office of Low Emission Vehicles ("OLEV") Plug-In Vehicle Grant, which offers £3,000 off the purchase price*. Prices shown include the Grant. Grant figure correct as at 12/03/20. UK sales only (excludes Channels Islands and Isle of Man). Terms and conditions and eligibility criteria apply see https://www.volkswagen.co.uk/electric/owning/e-government-grants . Grant scheme may be withdrawn and eligibility/amounts may change at any time.
To find out more about the benefits of owning an ultra-low emission vehicle, including the Government’s grants for vehicles and charge points, visit www.GoUltraLow.com