The 2018 Volkswagen e-Golf is remarkable for being relatively unremarkable, being easily mistaken for its diesel predecessor, the Golf. This is a likeness that works in the EV’s favour: The Golf is one of the most heavily awarded vehicles out there. At Toronto’s Canadian International Autoshow, we learned that the e-Golf does more than emulate a famed heritage: it’s a smart vehicle paving the way for a fleet of EV offerings.
Learn what makes the e-Golf different — and what’s in store from Volkswagen with Thomas Tetzlaff and Mark Marmer of Signature Electric:
As AI-equipped vehicles continue to learn from their drivers — and their world — we look forward to what Volkswagen will bring to the next Autoshow.
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