Volkswagen models & EV chargers

At the intersection of practicality and pure driving bliss, Volkswagen has produced some of the most well-regarded vehicles in modern automotive history. No VW vehicle embodies this blend of functional excitement more thoroughly than the Volkswagen Golf all-electric vehicle. From the rally track to the cul-de-sac, the VW Golf has a long history and is about to enter an electrifying new era. Along with a number of plug-in hybrid offerings for the European market, VW’s new e-Golf showcases the auto group’s dedication to the e-Mobility revolution.


Below is an overview of currently available Volkswagen all-electric vehicles.



Volkswagen's electric models

Volkswagen e-Golf

Introduced in 2017, the e-Golf delivers everything that drivers have come to know and love about its gas-powered counterpart with an extra jolt of energy. The Volkswagen e-Golf car features a 36 kWh battery pack with a charge rate of 7.2 kWh. With a respectable EPA rated driving range of 125 miles, the e-Golf car provides more than enough range for a majority of day-to-day driving.


The e-Golf car received a refresh in 2020 and will lead VW’s expanding electric vehicle portfolio into the future.

Looking for a charger for your Volkswagen electric vehicle?



Charging Volkswagen electric vehicles

Fully charging the e-Golf car takes over ten hours using a Level 1 EV charger plugged into a standard 120-volt outlet. In contrast, a powerful Level 2 charging station like the JuiceBox can charge the e-Golf from empty to 100% in around 5 hours. With a Level 2 home e-Golf charging station like the JuiceBox® 40, you will charge at its maximum charge rate and wake up every morning fully charged. The Volkswagen e-Golf electric car has DC fast charging capabilities, which allow the e-Golf to charge up to 80% in about 1 hour. The e-Golf EV uses the SAE Combined Charging Connector (CCS) for Level 3 DC fast charging.


The JuiceBox 40 is a great choice to use as your Volkswagen electric car charger. Volkswagen Group has demonstrated its future commitment to electric vehicles, with a number of upcoming models sporting a larger battery life for longer electric driving range. The automaker has announced $37 billion invested into the rollout of additional electric vehicle models in the coming years.

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