£137 per month (+ VAT)
£1,233 initial rental (+ VAT)
£164 per month (inc. VAT)
£1,480 initial rental (inc. VAT)
Volkswagen’s latest model of the e-up! electric car is still a great city car, but with a bigger 32.3kWh battery. This electric car shares the same platform as the Skoda Citigo-e lease option. The new e-up! has an improved range of 159miles (WLTP) and this vehicle will achieve a ‘real-world’ range of around 140 miles to a charge (depending on your driving style and other conditions). The e-up! all-electric hatchback is an excellent run-around choice and ideal for those with a smaller commute, it seats 4 people with the option for 2 ISOFIX child seats in the rear.
Volkswagen’s e-up! electric car looks just like the regular up!, though it does have a couple of electric-only accents that serve to differentiate the pure electric model from it’s ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) counterpart.
The e-up! is available in just one trim level and has a wide range of features as standard; including alloy wheels, lane assist, extra airbags and lots of driver assistance options. This EV is available in a range of vibrant colours and has those distinctive blue accents exclusive to the electric model. There’s also plenty of options to personalise and add extras to the vehicle if you require.
Drivers can choose from a number of regenerative braking levels assisting battery recharge when slowing down. There are also three driving modes to choose from which tailor the style of your drive (normal, eco and eco+).
For more information on electric vehicle range read our handy guide: “Electric vehicle range: everything you need to know”
Charging this electric car is simple, e-up! charges using either a Type 2 or CCS connector, depending on what kind of charger you are using. Type 2 and CCS charging connectors are standard for European cars. The e-up! has a top charging speed of 40kW.
Charging at home, on a standard 7kW wall box charger you should expect a full charge in around 5 hours 30 mins.
Charging out and about: 7kW chargers are also available in public settings, but if you’re on a longer journey and need to top-up quickly you can make the most of the e-up!’s 40kW charging speed and plug into a rapid charger. You can find public rapid chargers at service stations and various other outlets (hotels, leisure centres etc.), charging your e-up!’s battery from 0 – 80% in this setting will take just 45 minutes.
If you require more information on charging an electric car take a look at our charging guides:
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If you like the sound of the Volkswagen e-up! lease option, why not try out our online quote tool and find the perfect Volkswagen e-up! lease deal for you or if you have any questions get in touch and speak to one of our expert sales team today.
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