Volkswagen e-up! 2.0 now available to order in France

Volkswagen e-Up! 2.0 available to order in France

The Volkswagen e-up! 2.0 is now available to order only in one very well-equipped trim level with a starting price of 23.440 euros in France. This represents a 3.360 euros price reduction when compared to the outgoing model that had half the range.

Moreover, in France you also get a government incentive of 6.000 euros, reducing the starting price for the customer to 17.440 euros.


Let’s see the prices in France of the other two members of the VW electric triplets.


ŠKODA CITIGOe iV (available in two trim levels)

  • Ambition: 21.600 euros (15.600 euros after government incentive)
  • Style: 22.870 euros (16.870 euros after government incentive)


SEAT Mii electric (available in two trim levels)

  • Mii electric: 21.920 euros (15.920 euros after government incentive)
  • Mii electric Plus: 23.070 euros (17.070 euros after government incentive)


For less than 18.000 euros in France you can get the best-equipped trim levels of this electric car with:

  • WLTP range of 260 km (162 miles)
  • 61 kW motor
  • 36,8 kWh battery (32,3 kWh are usable)
  • 7,2 kW on-board charger
  • DC fast charging via CCS (40 kW)


The best alternative to the VW triplets will definitely be the Renault Twingo ZE. However, it’s a shame that Mitsubishi still doesn’t have a replacement for its now discontinued small electric car, the i-MiEV.



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Pedro Lima

My interest in electric transportation is mostly political. I’m tired of coups and wars for oil. My expectation is that the adoption of electric transportation will be a factor for peace and democracy all over the world.

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James Leate
2 years ago

E-up sounds like a Yorkshire man’s exclamation.

2 years ago

Hey Pedro, Thanks for the end of the year flurry of quality articles!
You’re talking about the future Twingo EV…. but…
The recent announcement by Renault of bringing the Chinese K-ZE under its Dacia brand in the EU is for me the most explosive news of December, but no one is talking about it.

Do you have any other info regarding this? Is it worth it a news article?