2018-2019 Volkswagen company claims that the future of urban freight transport is behind the delivery van on electricity. The air is polluted big cities due to vehicle exhaust, and the new Van 2018-2019 Volkswagen e-Co-Motion is an example of environmentally friendly transport, which will be given the green light sooner or later. And it is not even the desire to buy such cars carriers, and in the ever-increasing demands for greenhouse gas emissions.
It should be noted that the 2018-2019 Volkswagen e-Co-Motion has a lot of interest to carriers. In the van’s compact dimensions (length 4550, width 1900, height 1960 mm) and a modest turning diameter equal to 8.95 meters. The front wheels have a large angle of rotation since the power unit behind the location. The car has good maneuverability, low loading height and offers a load space volume of 4.6 cubic meters.
The electric motor at the 2018-2019 Volkswagen e-Co-Motion Concept is mounted on the rear axle with single-speed planetary gearbox. The peak power of the engine is 85 kW (115 l / s), a constant 50 kW or 68 hp. The torque is 270 Nm, and that is enough for tyazhelogruzhenogo cars with load capacity rating of 800 kg. With a maximum speed of 120 km / h on a cargo electric car can go to the HSE, but only at a reasonable distance.
Modular traction battery design allows placement optimally adjust the car to the needs of carriers. Someone enough standard battery of 20 kWh, which allows capacity 2018-2019 Volkswagen e-Co-Motion to overcome 100 kilometers. Another requires a significant cruising range electric vehicle. Battery 30 kWh provides a cruising range of 150 kilometers, and a van with a battery of 40 kWh will pass all the 200 kilometers.
Shop e-Co-Motion Concept turned out simple and functional. Instead selector gearbox module on the center console is the rotary selector, and there is the usual handbrake lever. Information is displayed on the 8-inch panel, also the services of the driver socket 12 and 230 volts, practical compartments for small items and a folding passenger seat. If necessary, the driver can leave the cab through the passenger door in mind the free layout. So far no plans to launch serial production of the van e-Co-Motion on an electric-powered 2018-2019 Volkswagen has not announced.