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BBC Focus e-golf front

The Future Car Show: VW e-Golf Review – Video

The BBC Focus Science and Technology magazine has a new series just underway called “The Future Car Show” – which is a review show on “the motors that will be driving you in the future”. First up is an electric vehicle we don’t see or hear a heck of a…

5 days ago by Jay Cole 15

Number of registrations of Volkswagen e-up! in Norway

Majority Of Volkswagen Up! Sold In Norway Are e-Up!

Volkswagen up! in November of 2013 broke into the top sales in Norway - all thanks to the electric version introduced in October (first 11 units were sold that in its debut month). Taking advantage of a rare opportunity to compare electric and non-electric versions, we prepared a graph showing that…

7 days ago by Mark Kane 4

Volkswagen e-up! Powered By Wind?!

Volkswagen e-Up! Powered Solely By Wind?! – Video

Wind powered cars we typically associate with the Nemesis – an all-electric car built a few years ago by Ecotricity in UK, which was “powered by energy from the wind“: “All powered entirely from the wind. Or to be more precise – green electricity produced by our windmills and delivered…

1 week ago by Mark Kane 4

Myth #4

Mythbuster: Volkswagen e-Golf Ugly Commercial

Ugly?  We’ll, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so what’s ugly is dependent upon one’s own opinion. Regardless, the Mythbuster is confronted with the “all EVs are ugly” myth and who he responds is priceless. “Myth #04: Electric cars look ugly compared to most cars.” “Just when the…

3 weeks ago by Eric Loveday 9

Myth #3

Mythbuster: Volkswagen e-Golf Slow Commercial

Electric vehicles…every last one of them…are slow.  That’s a fact.  Or is it? “Myth #03: Electric cars aren’t very fast.” “The Mythbuster doesn’t need an excuse to go for a drive in his e-Golf. However if people insist on spreading falsehoods about all electric cars being slow then he’ll happily…

3 weeks ago by Eric Loveday 21

Myth #1

Mythbusting – Volkswagen e-Golf Range Commercial

Some say Volkswagen isn’t committed to plug-in vehicles. Well, that attitude towards VW will likely die off soon, especially with advertisements such as the VW e-Golf “Goodbye Gas” spot seen a couple months back and this “Mythbuster” spot shown here: “Myth #01: The driving range of an electric car isn’t very…

4 weeks ago by Eric Loveday 27

Bosch Power Max Charging Station

Volkswagen Selects ChargePoint, Bosch For e-Golf Charging

To expand upon Yesterday’s news flash post on Volkswagen and ChargePoint, here’s our more detailed look at what the partnership includes. Volkswagen selected ChargePoint and Bosch to provide charging infrastructure for the upcoming 2015 e-Golf in the US. Bosch Automotive Service Solutions will supply Power Max home charging station and…

1 month ago by Mark Kane 0