Volkswagen Passes The Mark Of 250,000 Electric Vehicles

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The 250,000th car is a “Pure White” e-Golf. Sandra Fleischer from Herne took delivery of the car at the Autostadt in Wolfsburg in mid-December.

Jürgen Stackmann, Board Member for Sales, Marketing and After Sales, says: “With the 250,000th electrified vehicle, the Volkswagen brand has reached a major milestone on the way to carbon-neutral mobility. Especially all-electric vehicles such as our new ID. family are the answer to major challenges of our times. They offer considerable driving pleasure and advantages we could only dream of a few years ago. They have a carbon-neutral balance, offer more space with comparable outside dimensions, and are quiet, highly efficient, economical and inexpensive to maintain. This is why we will be selling the next 250,000 electrified vehicles in a considerably shorter period of time. At Volkswagen, we are convinced that the future is electric.”

Despite some model changes, the Volkswagen brand delivered more than 70,000 electrified vehicles in 2019 – following 50,000 last year. The main sales markets in 2019 were China, Norway, Germany, the USA and the United Kingdom.

1. e-Golf: power consumption, kWh/100 km: combined 13.8 – 12.9; CO₂ emissions: combined, g/km: 0; efficiency class: A+.

2. Golf GTE: fuel consumption, l/100 km: combined 2.1 – 1.9; power consumption, kWh/100 km: combined 12.7 – 12.1; CO₂ emissions: combined, g/km: 47 – 43; efficiency class: A+.

3. Passat Variant GTE: fuel consumption, l/100 km: combined 1.7 – 1.6; power consumption, kWh/100 km: combined 15.7-15.1; CO₂ emissions, g/km: combined 39-37; efficiency class: A+.

4. e-up!: power consumption, kWh/100 km: combined 12.9 – 12.7; CO₂ emissions: combined, g/km: 0; efficiency class: A+.

5. Passat GTE: fuel consumption, l/100 km: combined 1.6 – 1.5; power consumption, kWh/100 km: combined 14.8-14.2; CO₂ emissions, g/km: combined 36-34; efficiency class: A+.

6. This vehicle is not available for sale in Europe.

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