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Specifications Volkswagen e-Golf

The current version has an acceleration of 0-100 in 9.6 seconds, the top speed is 150 km / h, the range is 190 km with a consumption of 16.8 kWh. Although fast charging is an option, it can only be used twice in succession to prevent the battery from overheating. This limits the total distance that can be bridged in a short period.

Volkswagen e-Golf charging cable

The Volkswagen e-Golf charging cable has the Type 2 connection, from 1-phase 16A to 3-phase 32A. The charging time from a standard socket is 16 hours and 30 minutes, with a 3-phase Volkswagen e-Golf charging cable on 32A the battery can be charged in 5 hours and 15 minutes. You can order the suitable cables via the Cable Soolutions Shop.

Volkswagen e-Golf charging station

Not only the cable is important, the Volkswagen e-Golf charging station also influences the charging time. You can, for example, use fast charging at a suitable Volkswagen e-Golf charging station. This goes with the 26 kWh version up to 75% and with the 36 kWh version up to 80% of the battery capacity. This way you can charge 100 kilometers in approximately 25 minutes.

Order charging cables directly via Cable Soolutions Shop

Order your Volkswagen e-Golf charging cable directly in the Cable Soolutions Shop. You can also come here for other car brands and models. Questions? Reassure them to our employees. We are happy to help you further.

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