The Volkswagen e-up is a compact city car, in which the 2020 model makes some adjustments compared to the old models. The range has been increased to 250 kilometers, more than sufficient for daily use, since an average of about 50 kilometers are driven for commuting. With conventional charging, it is possible to charge the battery to 80% in over four hours (with alternating current with 7.2 kW), with the quick charge function, 80% can be achieved in one hour (with the combined charging system).
Technical data of the Volkswagen e-up
The new model accelerates from 0-100 in 12.5 seconds at a top speed of 130 km / h. The effective radius of action is 225 kilometers and the battery delivers a total output of 61 kW at 83 hp and a torque of 210 Nm. The car has front-wheel drive and the battery capacity is 36.8 kWh.
Charging cable for the Volkswagen e-up
The optimal Volkswagen e-up charging cable has 32A with 1 phase and type 2 connections. The on-board charger has a maximum output of 7.2 kW. Furthermore, the car can also be charged in 9 hours via the house power supply. Charging with 3-phase and 32A bring no speed advantage.
Charging stations for the Volkswagen e-up
According to the manufacturer, with a charging station with quick charging function (combo plug) it is possible to charge the vehicle to a battery capacity of 80% in 1 hour, after which the charging speed drops according to this value. With a maximum action radius of 250 kilometers, you can refill many kilometers in a short time. Fast charging is powered by DC, while conventional charging is powered by AC.
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To charge this car safely and reliably, it is recommended to use charging cables from renowned brands such as DUOSIDA or Ratio. Via the Cable Soolutions web shop you can quickly find the charging cable that meets your requirements.