Charging cables and charging point for E-up from after January 2020
The new, comfortable E-up is fully equipped. It is a small car, but offers many advantages. Volkswagen wants a minimum of 23,475 euros for its small electric car, the Volkswagen e-up! The e-up! drives very comfortably and doesn't let bad road surfaces end speed bumps take away from this comfort.
Information on E-up from after January 2020
On the motorway you just drive 130 km/hour. The E-up 2020 has an automatic air conditioning system and a lane assistant that subtly counter-steers as soon as we inadvertently drive over the road markings. Smartphone integration is also part of the equipment. The new 36.8 kWh battery has a range of 260 kilometres. That is quite a distance for a small car.
Tailor-made charging at Cable Soolutions
With a quick charger, the E-up can be charged from 20% to 80% within one hour. With a quick charger you can charge the battery from 20 to 80 percent in one hour, according to Volkswagen. Charging at home requires more patience, namely, 12 to 16 hours. To charge your E-up 2020, you need a type 2 3-phase 16A charging pole and charging cables. Coincidentally, Cable Soolutions has a tailor-made offer for this!