WR TV: 2015 Volkswagen eGolf – POV Test Drive

Cars, Reviews I By Winding Road Staff I June 26, 2014
Come along for a quick spin in the new, all-electric version of the seventh generation Golf, known as the eGolf. Featuring standard auto climate control, navigation, heated windshield, and Volkswagen’s first use of LED headlights, the eGolf doesn’t skimp on the creature comforts for the sake of driving range. 
The e-Golf ‘s electric motor produces 114 horsepower and 199 pound-feet of torque, which propels the hatchback from 0-62 miles per hour in 10.4 seconds, and tops out at about 87 mph. The eGolf has a range of up to 118 miles before it needs to be juiced up again, and can charge back up to 80% capacity within and hour and half at a direct current charging station.
But what’s it like out on the road? Let’s find out:

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