Volkswagen flicks switch on electric Golf with 190km range

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e-Golf to debut at next month's Frankfurt motor-show along with e-up! mini-car as German manufacturer extends e-mobility push

Volkswagen will debut two "high-volume production" all-electric models at next month's Frankfurt Motor Show including a battery-powered version of the Golf. The e-Golf can travel up to 190 kilometres...

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