The classic Italian event has decided to go green, with just hybrids, PHEVs and all-electrics, as well as old cars fitted with electric powertrains, allowed to participate.
Despite offering a larger battery and longer range, its €21,975 starting price is €1,595 lower than before.
The revised e-Up! will go on sale later this month with a €21,975 starting price in Germany.
On paper, the Swift Sport beats VW’s mini GTI with ease. Or does it? Lets see…
Instead of a bespoke crossover, Volkswagen’s entry-level electric vehicle will be an updated version of its city car.
The 2019 e-Up! now starts at £19,615 in the UK, with the Government Plug-In Car Grant.
VW’s most affordable hot hatch comes in a tiny package with a small yet punchy engine.
Sadly, the VW e-Up! is still quite expensive in Europe.
Can the newcomer teach the old model some new tricks? Find out by watching the two engage in a drag race, from both a standing and a rolling start.
Paying €795 more than the base price of the VW Up! in Germany gets you the R-Line exterior updates.
Watch the smallest hot hatch in Volkswagen’s lineup perform on the Nordschleife .
With less than a ton to haul around, 145 HP are enough to make the mini hatch pretty fast.