VW Golf blue-e-motion can travel 93 miles on single charge.
Volkswagen of America confirms its all-electric Golf blue-e-motion is undergoing testing at the auto maker’s Electronics Research Lab in Belmont, CA, and remains on track for a late 2013 U.S. market launch. Carsten Krebs, director-corporate communications, says 500 prototypes of the EV are on their way to global testing centers, with eight models headed to the Silicon Valley facility and 12 more are bound for VW’s North American headquarters in Herndon, VA. The ...
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