Outwardly Volkswagen’s e-Golf looks like any other Golf, but this is the German firm’s latest foray into the world of electric motoring. Just like the e-Up! city car before it, Volkswagen’s aim has been to normalise the electric car experience. This means a conventional design and an equally conventional driving experience.
The combination of battery pack and electric motor results in a very Golf-like driving experience, with performance figures matching a middle-range petrol model, while the car’s multi-mode recharging system allows a choice of overnight, rapid and super-quick (80 per cent in around 30 minutes) scenarios depending on your daily routine and location.
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