2013 Volkswagen New Lavida AND Blue-e-motion


VW Lavida, which was developed in China, VW has already spent two years at the largest growth market. Now presenting the Wolfsburg-based electric-powered sedan - first as a trial. Here comes the drivetrain of the electric golf used, the 2013 will go into production. Auto Motor und Sport VW Lavida has been driven by electric drive.

The electric Lavida is based on the VW Golf

Important here is offered for about two years, VW Lavida achieve similar fame as Passat and Jetta - in the future with electric drive. The study Lavida Blue-e-motion is driven by a 85 kW electric motor payable, which draws its power from a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 26.5 kilowatt hours. VW promises a time of 11.8 seconds for the sprint from zero to 100 km / h, at 135 Km / h, the Lavida electronically braked.
So strongly, like the one on the Gulf -based model in the drive report faster, it actually seems to have needed a lifeline. Typical electric car remains quiet while inside, the drive hums discreetly to himself. Shifting accounts for an input gear transmits the power circuit and transfers from the start, with a maximum torque of 270 Newton meters on the front wheels. There it can do with the rubber, what it wants, because traction control is missing in the prototype. But not the usual class space, since the battery pack tucked under rear seat and trunk floor.

2013 VW Golf VII comes with electric drive

Especially rear passengers seem to come frighteningly close to the batteries, which the local style marshmallow-soft padded seats located. Otherwise, the VW Lavida offers Blue-e-Motion is a pleasant cockpit design with nature, cost-effective materials. Really miss would probably also European customers, given the price of the already available versions nothing substantial. An export of the Lavida is currently excluded, the electric drive made its debut in 2013 the seventh generation of the Golf. For the box-office hit, the engineers have not come up with some additional tricks.


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