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VW says the new Golf will become a benchmark in safety and connectivity. The car will always be online and will have expanded autonomous driving functions, the automaker said.
Volkswagen priced its updated 2017 e-Golf, which now boasts a 125-mile range, at $31,315, including an $820 delivery charge.
An upgraded lithium ion battery pack and electric motor have enabled the 2017 Volkswagen e-Golf to achieve a 126 mpg-e city rating and a doubled estimated range to 125 miles from U.S. regulators.
Jeep's global sales setback; Ghosn open to AV tech partnership; Uber chief: Profit within 3 years; Well-connected VW Golf?; PSA confirms Atlanta HQ; NADA gets unconventional.
Lexus, Porsche top dependability study, Fiat struggle continues; PSA eyes partnership with Lotus owner Proton; BMW inks deal with Mobileye; Boost in range for VW's e-Golf.
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