Volkswagen Golf Blue-e-motion – Features, Photos, Price

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Volkswagen has unveiled the Golf blue-e-motion concept car. The Volkswagen Golf blue-e-motion electric car will initially be available as a five-door, five-seater driven by a single electric motor housed in the usual front engine compartment.

The five-door and five-seat Golf blue-e-motion is silently driven by an electric motor that delivers a high maximum torque from a stop, resulting in a true zero-emissions Volkswagen driving experience. The electricity for powering the electric motor is stored in a lithium-ion battery with an energy capacity of 26.5 kilowatt-hours. The Golf blue-e-motion joins Volkswagen’s many other responsible mobility options, including TDI Clean Diesels, hybrids and bio-fuel powered vehicles.

The Golf blue-e-motion carries its refinement throughout with a variety of stylish touches that aim to keep drivers and passengers comfortable. All models start out with eight-way manually adjustable sports seats at the front, which include two-way adjustable lumbar support, and adjustable head restraints. The rear seats include adjustable head restraints for all seating positions, a center armrest, and have 60/40 split folding capability for maximizing cargo space when needed. Brushed metallic appearance trim inserts are standard on the dash and in the door panels of all Golf models and accent the redesigned instrument panel and center console. Chrome trim surrounds the tachometer on the left side, which incorporates an integrated temperature gauge, and the speedometer on the right, has an integrated fuel gauge.

The all new Volkswagen Golf blue-e-motion sports an alluring design. The  electric motor placed strategically under the front hood boasts of generating 85 kW/115 PS and a maximum torque of 270 Nm. This also means that a continuous power output of 50 kW/69 PS would be ensured. The car hits a top speed of 84mph, and can race from 0 to 60/mph in just about 11.8 seconds.

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