Volkswagen has updated their UK pricing for the e-Up with a new basic price of £23,115 before subsidies, which will leave a purchasing price of about £19,600. The standard trim has also been upgraded to include a rear-view camera and better seat options.
Media reports cite the price adjustment and offer improvement as a part of VW’s strategy to keep customers interested while the I.D production is finalized.
The e-Up itself features a 18.7 kWh battery, and a 134 km range according to WLTP, with 160 km NEDC. Top speed is limited to 130 kph, making the vehicle more of a city cruiser than a race-track favourite. Charging time has been specified at about six hours using an on-board charger, while a DC fast charger will allow for 80% capacity in 30 minutes.
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