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 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.
Based on the T6 Ford Ranger, the UP Mazda BT-50 pickup has completely unique sheet metal and interior. Built in Thailand alongside the Ranger.
The Volkswagen Up is a small FWD city car that’s just over 3.5m (137-in) long. Powered by a 1-liter 3-cylinder engine or an electric motor.
The Volkswagen Up’s mild makeover for 2016 has updated bumpers, lights, and new options in the form of a turbo engine and 300W Beats audio system.
The 2016 Volkswagen Up facelift includes new lights and bumpers, a 90PS TSI gas engine, and an optional 300W Beats sound system.