The 2019 Volkswagen e-Up has an electric motor with 60kW (80hp) and 210Nm (155 lb-ft), single-speed transmission, FWD, and 0-100km/h in 12.4s.
The 2018 Volkswagen Up GTI has a 1L turbo I3 with 85kW (113hp) and 200Nm (148 lb-ft), 6-speed manual, FWD, 0-100km/h in 8.8s, and 15mm lower suspension.
The Seat Mii Electric is not only Seat’s first pure electric car, but it will also become the only model in the Mii range. Production begins September 2019.
The 2020 Seat Mii Electric has a motor with 61kW (82hp) and 212Nm (156 lb-ft), a 36.8kWh battery for 260km (162mi) WLTP range, and replaces the gas models.
The 2020 Skoda Citigo-e iV has an electric motor with 61kW (82hp) and 210Nm (155 lb-ft), a 36.8kWh battery for a 265km (165mi) WLTP range.
The 2019 Volkswagen Up R-Line has sportier looks like the GTI, but without its 85kW (114hp) and 200Nm (148 lb-ft) turbocharged gas engine.
The 2018 Volkswagen Up R-Line has a sportier front bumper, 16″ wheels (17″ optional), tinted windows, black roof and mirrors, and silver highlights.
The Volkswagen Up GTI “near-production prototype” at Worthersee 2017 has the same philosophy, and similar dimensions, to the original Golf GTI.
The Volkswagen Up Concept has a gas turbo engine with 85kW (114hp) and 230Nm (170 lb-ft), 8.8s 0-100km/h, and a 197km/h (122mph) top speed.
The Skoda Citigo city hatch has been given an update with a new bonnet, grille, front bumpers, a new multifunction steering wheel, and new instruments.