2013 Volkswagen e-Co-Motion Concept Revealed In Geneva Photo:
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TMR Team | Mar, 05 2013 | 0 Comments

Volkswagen has pulled the wraps from its new e-Co-Motion concept, showcasing its electric mobility technology and previewing the next generation of its commercial range.

Teased earlier this week, the carmaker has already confirmed the concept's size, its 4550mm length placing it between the 4405mm Caddy van and the 5290mm short-wheelbase version of the Transporter.

Power for the e-Co-Motion is provided by an electric motor mounted at the rear axle, mated to a single-speed planetary transmission and a low-positioned battery pack.

Output is rated at 50kW in continuous running and a maximum output of 85kW when needed, and torque is listed at 270Nm.

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Three different types of battery pack can be fitted to the e-Co-Motion, offering between 100 and 200 kilometres driving range between charges.

The carmaker promises a cargo capacity of 800kg, and 4.6m3 in space, thanks in part to an extra-low positioning of the drive unit, battery and transmission.

Volkswagen has yet to confirm plans for a production version of the e-Co-Motion, but it is certainly likely that its styling offers a glimpse of the next-generation Transporter and Caddy models.

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