That’s not entirely true, because sister-car the Volkswagen e-up! has been around for a few years too, but while the e-up! never sold in any great number due to its high asking price and relatively poor electric offering in terms of range and performance, the new generation improves matters.
The key difference is the introduction of e-Golf technology into the city car, with both the aforementioned e-up!, SEAT Mii Electric and Škoda CITIGOe iV all benefiting from a large 36.8kWh battery and greater refinement.
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