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Volkswagen E-Bugster Concept (2012)

CAR GARAGE | Volkswagen E-Bugster Concept (2012) | Revealed at the 2012 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the two-seat E-Bugster VW Concept Continues the latest Beetle's sporty theme. Even in a country as large as America, that's sufficient for the majority of commuters' needs, while if the E-Bugster needs a top-up, a fast-charging function allows complete recharging in just 35 minutes. The quick charging is possible thanks to a new Combined Charging System That was developed in co-operation with Audi , BMW, Daimler , Porsche , Ford and General Motors / Opel . This allows charging via single-phase AC sources (for example a 120-volt or 230-volt U.S. domestic European outlet) or via ultra-fast DC charging sources at specific stations.

Of course, the Volkswagen E-Bugster only does not charge when plugged in: as soon as the driver's foot leaves the accelerator pedal kinetic energy is transformed into electricity and stored in the battery. At 4.278 mm long and 1.838 mm wide, the E-Bugster is the same length as a standard Beetle but Wider 30 mm, while the new roof lowers the height by around 90 mm to 1.400 mm. The low, swept-back windscreen ensures maximum visibility, as does the wide rear screen, the which shows That speedster-style vehicles need not be impractical.

Beneath the wheel arches flared sit 20-inch alloy wheels That are adapted from the 18-inch 'Twister' alloys of the production car, with 235/35 tires. Inside, the two-seat interior reflects the E-Bugster's blend of high-tech and sportiness, with sports seats nestling either side of a continuous center console, plus aluminum door handles and seat belt guides. Starting the E-Bugster Volkswagen Concept is pure theater: upon pressing the Start button the interior is bathed in white light, then light blue. The 'E' of the name signifies the vehicle's electric power, and the 'Bug' part of the name should need no explanation.

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