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Test Drive: Volkswagen e-Up!

Digital Spy's Hunter Skipworth reviews the e-Up! and finds it 'all an electric car needs to be.'

Published: 27-Jan-2014

The latest entry into the ever-growing world of electric cars is VW's e-Up! Boasting a no frills approach to petrol-free motoring, it takes a stripped-back approach to the automotive tech that we rather like.

So how does the Up! fair against its other slightly more expensive rivals? Is it all an electric car needs to be? Or does the technical wizardry of the pricier BMW i3 justify the cost?

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