Once 2017 VW E-Golf is released in late 2016, it will be one of the leading plug-in vehicles on the market. Because of battery technology improvements, the new e-Golf will be able to travel around 108 miles with electric power which means a 30% range increase compared to the 2016 model. There will be new line of technology in electric car market as the new Volkswagen e-Golf comes with the best infotainment center featuring voice and motion activated controls and wireless charging.
2017 VW E-Golf Exterior
There are sharp lines and a conventional, smooth style design features kept in the 2017 VW E-Golf as the regular gas-power-driven Volkswagen Golf. LED lights, rearview camera, rear and frontage park sensors, fog lamps, and automatic wipers are important features in the four-door hatchback.
2017 VW E-Golf Interior
The original Golf inspires the interior design of the e-Golf just like the exterior design. The entertainment system will possibly be the most important update for the new 2017 VW E-Golf. Gesture controls technology will be added to the infotainment center system. The infotainment system reacts to voice commands or interprets the motion of the driver so buttons and switches can be removed. Electronic voice augmentation, cordless charging and personalization options are available. Keyless ignition, heated seats, and steering wheel controls are the standard interior design. Power windows and air conditioning are some integrated in-house climate features.
2017 VW E-Golf Engine
The engine specifications of the new Volkswagen e-Golf have not been released, but there should be dramatic increases in power compared to the previous. The outgoing model comes with a lithium-ion battery pack with 24.2 kWh and a 199 lb-ft, 115 hp synchronous permanent-magnet AC electric motor. The battery power is the biggest update for the incoming Volkswagen e-Golf. Compared to the current model’s 28 amp-hours, there are 37 amp-hours on each battery cells of the 2017 VW E-Golf while there is no change on the physical dimension of the cells.