2012 Volkswagen E-Bugster Concept introduced and released at the 2012 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Engine specs the 2012 Volkswagen E-Bugster come with an electric motor provides the E-Bugster with 85 kWh (115 PS) of power, which can propel it from 0 to 60 mph in 10.9 seconds, and yet offers a range of at least 110 miles from the 28.3 kWh lithium-ion batteries. If the 2012 Volkswagen E-Bugster needs a top-up, a fast-charging function allows complete recharging in just 35 minutes from a specialist DC source, or slower charging from an AC source such as a 230-volt domestic outlet.
4 Photos Gallery of: 2012 Volkswagen E Bugster Concept Introduced
The 2012 Volkswagen E-Bugster come with speedster look is created partly by a 90 mm lower windscreen, and also by the distinctive shape of the panel that covers the lithium-ion batteries behind the seats. Both front and rear bumpers the 2012 Volkswagen E-Bugster have been substantially modified from those of the production Beetle. At the front, LED daytime running lights at the outer edges of the central air intake form a C-shape on the left that is mirrored on the right a signature of Volkswagenâ€™s electric vehicle concepts. At the back, reflectors take the place of LEDs. At 4,278 mm long and 1,838 mm wide, the 2012 Volkswagen E-Bugster is the same length as a standard Beetle but 30 mm wider. Beneath the flared wheel arches sit 20-inch alloy wheels with 235/35 tyre.