New 2019 Volkswagen e-Golf For Sale Redwood City
New 2019 Volkswagen e-Golf – Performance
Don’t Miss This Electrifying Performance.
The e-Golf isn't a novelty you take to the store once a week. It'ss engineered to be agile, fun to drive, and ready to take on the city.
Hit the pedal and you’re off and running. The e-Golf is responsive, agile, and so much fun we’ve even made a film about it.
DC Fast Charger
Time to take charge. With 7.2 kW DC Fast Charging capabilities on board, you can take advantage of fast-charging stations around town or on the road.
Driving Mode Selection With Normal/Eco/Eco+
You'll experience e-Golf performance in Normal mode. Switch to Eco mode for a happy medium of performance and efficiency. Or to help maximize your range, put it into Eco+ mode for more conservative battery usage. So pick a mode. Any mode.
Regenerative Braking Modes
When you brake or lift your foot off the pedal, the e-Golf converts the energy to electricity to help recharge its batteries. The higher the regenerative level you select, the more the car slows down when you lift your foot.
New 2019 Volkswagen e-Golf – Design
The Iconic. At Its Most Current.
With its distinctive hatchback silhouette and sleek lines, the e-Golf is all Golf on the outside. With a heart of pure electric innovation on the inside.
Uncompromised Cargo Space
We designed the e-Golf as not to invade the 52.7 cu. ft. of cargo space with rear seats folded and adjustable cargo floor lowered. After all, comfort and cargo shouldn't be mutually exclusive.
Unique Interior Accents
The e-Golf gets extra interior details. Like the blue accents on the shift knob and the e-Golf emblem in the front of the shifter. An atmosphere that boasts it's ready for liftoff.
Electrically Heated Windshield
And you thought the motor was impressive. This feature can be turned on remotely, so your window can be defrosted and clear by the time you sit inside.
16" Alloy Wheels
Specially designed just for the e-Golf, they help add smoothness to the ride and pure style to the appearance.
LED Headlights With Daytime Running Lights
See and be seen. With cool blue accents and a futuristic-looking design, these available headlights are illuminating, long lasting, and 100% LED.
The sleek, bold design is only part of the story. They're also quite energy-efficient. Hmm, seems to be a theme here.
New 2019 Volkswagen e-Golf – Technology
Welcome To A Hi-Tech Environment.
The motor is electric. The inside is electronic. You can check out fully digital displays, access your favorite apps, and get connected with your compatible device. All from the comfort of your own hi-tech cockpit.
Volkswagen Digital Cockpit
Measuring over 12", this available screen displays your information digitally in high resolution. You can customize what you see—from speed, estimate range, and travel time to route guidance, assistance systems, and elevation.
The e-Mobility features in the app can monitor miles traveled, estimated power consumption of the motor, and location of the nearest charging station.
Sunroof Rain Notification
If you leave the sunroof open and there is rain in the near forecast, the VW Car-Net mobile app27 can help. It can send you a notification so you can return to the car and close it.
Open Vehicle Notification
Let’s say you accidentally leave your VW unlocked. Or maybe the trunk or one of the doors is ajar. The VW Car-Net mobile app28 can let you know, and you can even lock the doors remotely.
Powered by Parkopedia, the Parking information feature can help make owners' lives easier by locating off-street parking information near a destination and sending the location to your in-vehicle navigation system, if so equipped, when you click the "Send to My VW" button.
Discover Pro Touchscreen Navigation
Available innovative gesture control lets you control functions behind the available 9.25-inch glass color display with just a swiping motion of your hand.
Blind Spot Monitor
The sensors on the available Blind Spot Monitor are able to help sense what you might miss. When driving, if you attempt to change lanes, the Blind Spot Monitor can help alert you to cars that may be in your blind spot.
Parking Steering Assistant (Park Assist)
The available Parking Steering Assistant (Park Assist) can check a potential parking spot and let you know if your vehicle can fit. If it does, this feature will help guide you in.
Adaptive Cruise Control
Available Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) helps maintain a preset distance from the car in front of you. When activated, if the car in front of you speeds up or slows down, the sensors can detect the change and your car follows suit.
Blind Spot Monitor
When driving, if you attempt to change lanes, the available Blind Spot Monitor can help alert you to cars that may be in your blind spot. The Active Blind Spot Monitor (available when vehicle is equipped with Lane Assist) on select models can also counter-steer within the limits of Lane Assist to help keep you in your lane if you attempt to change lanes when a vehicle is in your blind spot.
Available High Beam Control (Light Assist) helps provide better visibility on dark roads by turning on your high beams at certain speeds. A camera mounted at the base of the rearview mirror turns your high beams on when conditions warrant it on dark or poorly lit roads. It then turns them off again if another car approaches or drives in front of you
When moving, the available Lane Keeping System (Lane Assist) can sense if you start to drift into another lane without using the turn signal. Within the limits of the system, Lane Assist can help steer to help keep you in the current lane.
The available Parking Steering Assistant (Park Assist) can determine if a parking spot is big enough for your Volkswagen. Then it will help steer the vehicle into the space, either parallel or perpendicular. You operate the accelerator, brake, and shifter; it does the rest.
Park Distance Control With Maneuver Braking
Available Park Distance Control has sensors that can help you back out of or drive into a parking spot. Audible signals and the optical parking system on the display indicate how much space you have behind and, on some vehicles, in front of the vehicle when parking. If you get too close, the system beeps as a warning. Maneuver Braking (included with Park Distance Control) can apply emergency braking force automatically to help mitigate and in best case prevent collisions with stationary obstacles while you maneuver the vehicle in reverse gear.
The Forward Collision Warning (included in Front Assist) system can help monitor traffic and can alert you acoustically and visually to a potential front-end collision with the vehicle moving ahead. If it senses that a collision is imminent, Autonomous Emergency Braking (included in Front Assist) can support the driver with increased brake pressure or, if the driver does not react at all, it can apply the brakes automatically. Pedestrian Monitoring (included in Front Assist) feature can warn of pedestrians crossing in front of the vehicle and, under certain circumstances, can brake automatically to help prevent or mitigate the outcome of a collision with a pedestrian if the driver doesn’t respond adequately to the warnings.
Rear Traffic Alert
Rear Traffic Alert comes in handy when you're backing up. It has sensors that can alert you to vehicles crossing in your path when in reverse and can even help brake the vehicle if needed.
New 2019 Volkswagen e-Golf – Safety
Safety Features Inside And Out.
We see a bright future ahead. That's why the e-Golf is outfitted with a number of important safety features like a steel safety cage and standard Rear View Camera System.
Rear View Camera System
Talk about seeing the big picture. The Rear View Camera System helps you see so you can avoid obstacles while backing up.
Automatic Post-Collision Braking System
Not every collision brings a car to stop. That’s why our vehicles include the Automatic Post-Collision Braking System. It can help bring your car to a stop after a collision, helping reduce the chance of any additional impacts.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
Monitoring and maintaining proper air pressure in your tires helps with efficiency and safety. The TPMS helps alert you to a loss of tire pressure so you know when to add air.
Seven Stability-Enhancing Systems
From Electronic Brake-pressure Distribution (EBD), which helps maintain appropriate stopping power during a hard-braking situation, to Electronic Stability Control (ESC), which can adjust engine throttle and apply corrective forces to the wheels that need them most, there are in total seven stability-enhancing systems to help you maintain control of your vehicle.
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