Volkswagen e-Golf News
Just a smoother, quieter Golf.
Electricity, delivered in a familiar package.
AAA poll indicates 30 million Americans may buy an electric vehicle within three to five years.
The motor is more powerful, too.
Look for autonomous drive tech, too.
Thanks to better battery cells, the facelifted VW e-Golf should have a real-world range of around 124 miles when it arrives this fall.
Volkswagen will recall the 2015-2016 e-Golf to fix the electric motor shutting down unexpectedly.
Along with whatever it will need to do to fix its cheat-device-enabled TDIs, VW may be forced to built electric vehicles in Chattanooga.
The VW e-Golf's range will soon jump about 30 percent thanks to the German automaker's coming upgrade for its batteries.
With an attractive low price, the 2016 Volkswagen e-Golf SE is challenging the Nissan Leaf for green-car buyers.
VW has decided to make the e-Golf carbon neutral, from production to the first 36,000 miles of driving. The Garcia River Forest is key in making this work.
Volkswagen is considering switching to a standardized lithium-ion battery cell design for future plug-in vehicles that could lower the parts' costs by 66 percent.
Volkswagen e-Golf overtakes Nissan Leaf as Western Europe's best-selling electric vehicle.
If you've been thinking about getting your hands on the VW e-Golf but couldn't quite stretch to the full $35k starting price, we've got good news for you. Volkswagen has announced a cheaper Limited Edition for $2,000 less.