We know you all love EVs, so I'm taking some time in the Volkswagen Egolf, the electric version of the super sporty hatch, and here are five things that you need to know.
e-golf is rocking a 100 kilowatt electric motor which puts out 214 pound-feet of instant electric torque.
So much fun.
A 35.8 kilowatt-hour battery can store enough juice from a charge to go 125 miles, but We've been able to eek out about 145.
Now that's not as much as a Tesla or a Chevy Volt, but it is more than the Hyundai Ionic and about the same as the Nissan Leaf.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard as is regular cruise control.
But if you want all the cool stuff, like adaptive cruise control and blind spot monitoring, that's part of a $1,400 package.
Now if you want a Volkswagen e-Golf, my advice is to act quickly.
When the ID lineup of electric vehicles arrives in 2020, my bet is that the Eagle is gonna be out of here.
Looks like an Eagle starts are $30,500 but there are all kinds of rebates and incentives depending on where you live.
You could save up to $10,000 This one here, which is the SEL Premium is $37,000, but that is before any of those rebates.
So that's five things that you need to know about Volkswagen's little electric catch.
Of course, there is way more to the Volkswagen e-Golf, so you can check out our full review and a whole mess of pictures over on TheRoadShow.com.
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